The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. in
psychology, neuroscience, or related field of research, a
strong publication history, a research program with high
likelihood of external funding, and a potential for teaching
and mentoring excellence.
Special focus within Behavioral Neuroscience is open, but
we are particularly interested in individuals who have both
the potential for scholarly contributions as well as
research overlap with faculty in one or more other areas of
our department (Clinical Psychology; Cognitive Psychology;
Developmental Psychology; Industrial/Organizational
Psychology; Learning and Memory; Mathematical and
Computational Cognitive Science; and Social Psychology) and
the campus community (e.g., Integrative Neuroscience
Program; Ingestive Behavior Research Center; etc.).