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Multiple Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty Positions

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Posted: 12/3/2013
Job Title: Multiple Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty Positions
Employer: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Location: Birmingham, Alabama

The Psychology Department supports three doctoral programs: Behavioral Neuroscience, Lifespan Developmental, and Medical Clinical (APA accredited). Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: neural bases of normal and abnormal behavior; cognitive, language, and social development across the lifespan; childhood disorders including autism and ADHD; aging; obesity; pediatric psychology; behavioral medicine; rehabilitation; addiction; and behavioral genetics.

The Psychology Department has excellent research facilities and a long history of extramural research funding. The Department enjoys the benefits of UABís standing as a national center for biomedical health research and education, which provides rich opportunities for collaboration. Metropolitan Birmingham (population 1.2 million) is an ethnically diverse and cosmopolitan setting with a rich array of cultural institutions and a high quality of life.


The UAB Department of Psychology is seeking applications for multiple tenure track/tenured faculty positions. All applicants should have postdoctoral experience and an established research program. Successful candidates will be provided a competitive startup package to support the growth of an active research program, and will also be expected to mentor graduate and undergraduate students and teach in his or her area of expertise.


Applicants should submit an electronic letter of interest describing research and teaching interests, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to Mary Frances Thetford. Questions about the positions should be directed to Dr. Karlene Ball, University Professor and Chair, with a copy to Ms. Thetford. Applications should be received by October 31, 2013. Screening of applications will begin as they are received. Starting date is negotiable.

For additional departmental information please see our website.

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