LINGUIST List 21.3584

Fri Sep 10 2010

Jobs: Neuroimaging Research: Advanced Assoc/Full Prof, U of S Carolina

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        1.    Stanley Dubinsky, Neuroimaging Research: Advanced Associate/Full Professor, University of South Carolina, USA

Message 1: Neuroimaging Research: Advanced Associate/Full Professor, University of South Carolina, USA
Date: 10-Sep-2010
From: Stanley Dubinsky <>
Subject: Neuroimaging Research: Advanced Associate/Full Professor, University of South Carolina, USA
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University or Organization: University of South Carolina Department: Psychology Job Location: South Carolina, USA Web Address:
Job Rank: Advanced Associate/Full Professor

Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics; Neuroimaging Research


Endowed Chair in Neuroimaging ResearchUniversity of South CarolinaColumbia, South Carolina

The University of South Carolina invites inquiries, nominations, andapplications for an outstanding scientist to help establish the SouthCarolina Research Center of Economic Excellence (COEE) in Brain Imaging aspart of a statewide Brain Imaging Center of Excellence. This positionprovides a unique opportunity to use the basic and clinical resources atUSC to develop an area of advanced interdisciplinary research on humanbrain imaging. The McCausland Center for Brain Imaging, a Center ofEconomic Excellence within the Health Sciences South Carolinacollaborative, provides high-resolution imaging for projects in cognitive,affective, and clinical neuroscience. With its new Siemens Magnetom TrioTotal Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging system, the McCausland Center forBrain Imaging collaboratives will include faculty and researchers from theschools of Arts and Sciences, Public Health and Medicine at the Universityof South Carolina and from around the state.

Applicants should be Professor or advanced Associate Professor withtraining in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, neurology, psychiatry, orclinical neuroimaging and have substantial experience using functionalbrain imaging to address questions concerning brain basis of cognition andbehavior. A history of grant funding and experience leading a large andproven research team is required. In addition to running a successfulresearch team, the selected candidate will participate in the hiring andmentoring of junior faculty in cognitive and behavioral science.

The University of South Carolina, founded in 1801, is one of three publicresearch universities in South Carolina and spans an eight-campus, fullyaccredited state-supported system with approximately 40,000 students.Strong USC undergraduate and graduate programs and professional schoolsinclude Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, Business, Law, Education,Social Work, Pharmacy, Public Health, Mass Communications and InformationStudies, and Nursing.

Inquiries and nominations should be sent electronically to the emailaddress below.

Applications should be sent electronically or via post to the email addressor application address below.

The University of South Carolina is an affirmative action/equal opportunityemployer. Minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply. TheUniversity of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational oremployment opportunities or decisions for qualified persons on the basis ofrace, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexualorientation or veteran status.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor John M. Henderson Neuroimaging Chair Search Department of Psychology University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 USA Email Address for Applications: Contact Information:
Professor John M. Henderson Email:

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