• Tenure Track Position in Behavioral Neuroscience to begin August of 2019.

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    Creighton University

    The Department of Psychological Science within the College of Arts and Sciences at Creighton University invites applications for full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in the area of Behavioral Neuroscience to begin in the fall of 2019. Preference will be given to candidates who will have completed all work towards a Ph.D. in Psychology or a related field before August 2019.

  • UPDATED DEADLINE (August 1st, 2018) Animal Models as Empirical Foundations for Practice Special Issue of Translational Issues in Psychological Science (TPS)

    UPDATED SUBMISSION DEADLINE August 1st 2018

    Call for Papers: Animal Models as Empirical Foundations for Practice 

    Special Issue of Translational Issues in Psychological Science (TPS)

  • Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    Mount Holyoke College
    The Program in Neuroscience and Behavior of Mount Holyoke College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor in systems neuroscience beginning July 1, 2019. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to build a rigorous program of high quality research that integrally involves the contributions of undergraduate students. Research interests across the discipline of neuroscience are welcome and may include vertebrate and invertebrate models, or computational approaches.
  • ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATOR III

    Job Type: 
    Other
    Institution: 
    UCLA

    The Position: The Associate Director for Professional Development and Student Engagement in the Undergraduate Neuroscience Interdepartmental Program will:

    o Report directly to the Director

    o Independently fulfill job responsibilities pertaining to the instruction in the Life Sciences uNSIDP,

    including:

    Teach courses during academic year including in the honors program, and in laboratory-based and

  • New issue of JUNE - Volume 16, Issue 2

    The newest issue of JUNE is now online: http://www.funjournal.org/current-issue/

  • Research Lab Tech

    Job Type: 
    Technician
    Institution: 
    University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

    Job Summary

    This is a research laboratory technician position in a neuroscience laboratory.

  • NSF Webinar on EHR CAREER Proposals


    Dear FUN Membership -

    I wanted to alert you to the following webinar, which is aimed at early career investigators interested in applying for CAREER awards focused on undergraduate education.  Please pass this along to any junior peers who might be interested.

    Ellen M. Carpenter, Ph.D.

    Program Director (and FUN member)

    Division of Undergraduate Education

    National Science Foundation

     

  • Instructor - School of Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Other
    Institution: 
    Virginia Tech

  • Full Time Professional Lecturer - Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    DePaul University

    The Neuroscience Program within the College of Science and Health at DePaul University seeks applicants for a full-time Professional Lecturer for the 2018-2019 academic year.

    Responsibilities will include teaching 9 courses a year to undergraduates. Courses include a combination of Introduction to Neuroscience, Cellular Neurobiology, Physiological Psychology, Brain and Behavior for non-science majors, and Special Topics courses in the candidate’s field of interest.

    The lecturer will also participate in Neuroscience Program meetings and activities.

  • Neuroscience research technician

    Job Type: 
    Technician
    Institution: 
    University of North Carolina Wilmington

    The research technician will work independently and in collaboration with other lab members to complete grant-funded experiments that investigate age-related neuroinflammation. This is a hands-on research position that requires animal handling and implementation of a variety of behavioral tests and molecular techniques (e.g., immunohistochemistry, confocal microscopy, ELISAs, stereotaxic surgery, PCR, western blots, and real-time PCR).

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