Department of Otolaryngology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
The Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine seeks to fill an open rank, full-time, tenure-track position in auditory neuroscience. Faculty rank (Assistant, Associate or Professor level) will be determined by and commensurate with qualifications and experience. An Endowed Chair is available to support a senior candidate with an extraordinary record of accomplishments.
The successful candidate will hold a PhD, MD/PhD or MD degree and will have research interests relevant to the auditory system. We are seeking exceptional scientists to establish vigorous independent research programs and promote synergy between basic and translational research. For this search, candidates performing psychophysical analysis of auditory performance and auditory-guided behavior in humans or animal models with normal and pathological auditory function are especially encouraged to apply. However, exceptional candidates with interests in system- and behavioral-based approaches in normal or pathological audition, as well as with interests in auditory cognitive neuroscience, will also be considered. A very generous start-up package is available.
The faculty position is within the vibrant and highly interactive basic and clinical neuroscience research community of the University of Pittsburgh, including the Center for Translation Mental Health Research (http://www.ctmhr.pitt.edu/index.html), the University of Pittsburgh Brain Institute (http://www.braininstitute.pitt.edu/), the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC, http://www.cnbc.cmu.edu), the Center for Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh (http://www.cnup.pitt.edu), and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (http://www.upmc.com/about/facts/pages/default.aspx). Successful candidates will join an active auditory research community with diverse colleagues across the University of Pittsburgh and the adjacent Carnegie Mellon University whose research spans human clinical and behavioral research, auditory cognitive neuroscience, and systems, cellular and developmental neuroscience. The Department of Otolaryngology and this community are strengthened by NIH-supported training grants promoting graduate and post-doctoral training in auditory science.
Please submit a current CV, a 2-page description of research interests and future directions, and three referee names with their email addresses. Review of applications will begin in mid-October 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
Materials should be sent to:
Dr. Thanos Tzounopoulos
Endowed Professor and Vice Chair of Research, Department of Otolaryngology