Following the recent inauguration of the new home for the Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC), we are offering tenure-track positions at the lecturer and senior lecturer levels (roughly equivalent to assistant professor level). We are looking for excellent early-stage scientists who aspire to establish active innovative and interdisciplinary research programs in neuroscience.
ELSC builds upon Hebrew University’s record of excellence and innovation in its multidisciplinary approach to brain sciences.
ELSC provides a thriving interface between theoretical and experimental neuroscience across levels.
State-of-the-art, individually-designed laboratories and research facilities
Competitive start-up funding
Top ranking Ph.D. interdisciplinary program
D. and post-doc fellowships
State-of-the-art central research facilities
Outstanding academic milieu
We seek to recruit scientists in the following areas:
Theoretical and computational neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience & human brain imaging
Neural circuits and behavior
System neuroscience in NHP
A letter of intent
An outline of future research and scientific vision
Reference letters from the PhD advisor and Post-Doctoral host
Three to five publications that best represent their research work
Names of 2-3 additional colleagues willing to provide letters of reference
Applications Deadline: Sep 1, 2017
Applications materials have to be submitted on-line
3 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences
The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC) builds upon Hebrew University record of excellence and innovation in its multidisciplinary approach to brain sciences.
ELSC provides a thriving interface between theoretical and experimental neuroscience across all levels.
? State-of-the-art laboratories and research facilities
? Competitive start-up funding
? Top ranke...d Ph.D. interdisciplinary-program
? Fellowships for Ph.D. students
? Fellowships for post-doctoral fellows
? On-campus proximity to related disciplines and facilities
? Excellent academic milieu