The Department of Developmental Biology (www.devbio.pitt.edu) at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is seeking a highly accomplished investigator with strong publication record and significant federal funding for a tenure track Associate Professor position. Candidates should have an innovative research program in the area of developmental neurobiology. There is a strong and vibrant neuroscience research community in the University of Pittsburgh that span a wide range of research interests including, cellular, molecular, systems, cognitive and computational neuroscience. Considerable strength also exists in the areas of neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders, pain and non-human primate models of normal and abnormal behavior. There are also strong links within our biological and psychological communities that facilitate collaborations across departments and disciplines.
The successful candidate will be housed in new space in the Rangos Research Center of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. The Department has in house SOLiD and Ion Torrent next generation sequencers, wide range of cutting edge imaging modalities for in vivo and live cell imaging, and a stem cell core facility. Multiple other university cores provide infrastructure for mass spectrometry, flow cytometry, gene targeting, and other high-end technical capabilities. The University of Pittsburgh is ranked among the top ten NIH funded research institutions in the US.
Applicants should send CV, a short summary of research interests/future research plans, and names of three referees by November 30th, 2012 to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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