The Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology (http://neurobiology.umaryland.edu) is recruiting for tenured/tenure-track faculty positions in Neuroscience. We are interested in candidates whose research complements existing strengths in the Department. Although we will consider all relevant research areas, we are particularly interested in research focusing on pain, neural circuits of motivated behaviors & addiction, sensory perception or neurodegeneration. Expected rank is Assistant Professor or higher, however, rank and tenure status is dependent on candidate’s qualifications. Candidates should have a strong record of scholarly activity and an independent K-award or R01-type funded research program with the potential to catalyze multi-PI initiatives within the department and across the institution. Highest priority will be given to candidates with an independent, funded research program.
We offer an outstanding intellectual and collaborative environment with highly competitive salary and recruitment packages. All department faculty are members of the Graduate Program in Life Sciences (http://lifesciences.umaryland.edu/) and the interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience (http://lifesciences.umaryland.edu/neuroscience/).
Candidates should submit the following as a single PDF to ANfacsearch@som.umaryland.edu: curriculum vitae, brief statement of research interests and vision, and contact information for three references. Candidates should submit their application to the attention of: Dr. Mary Kay Lobo and Dr. Donna Calu, Co-Chairs of Faculty Search Committee.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine is located on the downtown campus of the University of Maryland, Baltimore. The Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology faculty are chiefly affiliated with the Program in Neuroscience (http://lifesciences.umaryland.edu/neuroscience/)but are also affiliated with the Graduate Program in Life Sciences (GPILS; http://lifesciences.umaryland.edu/).