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Contact: Mariana Lazar
New York University School of Medicine @  
Colorado State University
Assistant Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience     Posted Wednesday, October 25, 2017  
The Department of Psychology at Colorado State University invites applications for a tenure-track position in the Department of Psychology. This position is at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in August 2018. The successful candidate must have a . in Psychology, Neuroscience or related field or anticipate completing their . by 06/30/ research experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will have a research focus that complements one of the areas of interest to the Department (. aging, memory and/or dementia, addictions, cognition, and/or perception). The ideal candidate will also demonstrate expertise in one or more human neuroscience-related technologies or toolsets (., functional MRI, anatomic neuroimaging, EEG, TMS, tDCS, fNIRS, computational neuroscience, neuropsychological assessments, etc.). Preference will be given to the candidate whose publication record is clearly and consistently related to use of these tools. Preferred candidates will demonstrate: (1) Evidence of an active, high quality research program with the clear potential for establishing an independent laboratory; (2) demonstrated ability to deliver high quality undergraduate and/or graduate instruction and mentoring; (3) Evidence of the capability to obtain external research funding; (4) Evidence of interdisciplinary research and (5) Commitment to diversity and inclusion. Although the area of specific research interest within neuroscience is open, successful candidates will be expected to be able to teach core curricular classes within the Department of Psychology, including Cognitive Neuroscience and/or Biological Psychology, and supervise laboratory courses in these areas.

Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Sweden is inviting applications for Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (SISS). Scholarships are awarded to students from selected countries for full-time master’s level studies in Sweden. An estimated 300 scholarships will be available. Scholarships will only be granted to candidates who have followed the steps of the university admission and been admitted to one of the eligible master programmes in Sweden. The scholarships cover both living costs and tuition fees. The application deadline is January 15, 2018.

Professional Highlights
Honored Guest, Congress of Neurosurgery, October 2013; Nichols Distinguished Alumnus Award; Business First’s “Healthcare 50 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award”; Business First’s “Most Influential Business Leaders in Western New York for 2012”; Kaleida Health Foundation Spirit Award; AANS Donaghy Lecture Award Recipient; National Federation of Just Communities Special Recognition for Devotion to the Community; Congress of Neurosurgeons Founders Laurel Award; Western Neurosurgical Society Award Cloward Medal for Epochal Innovation and Pioneering Application; AANS Schneider Lecture Award Recipient; Neurosurgery Society of America 2006 Medal; Gainey Lecture/Mayo Clinic 100 Years of Neuroscience at Mayo Clinic; 2005 Heroes of the Heart Award American Heart Association; The Charles Drake Lecture Award presented by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons; Buffalo Business First Health Care Heroes Award Academic Excellence for Achievement in Health Care Education; Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute’s George F. Koepf Award for Contributions to the Advancement of Biomedical Research; Lussenhop Award presented by AANS/CAS Section of Cerebrovascular Surgery’; and Mayfield-Aring Lecture Award presented by Mayfield Neurological Institute

In 1846, a group of American settlers in and around Sonoma rebelled against Mexican rule during the Bear Flag Revolt . Afterwards, rebels raised the Bear Flag (featuring a bear, a star, a red stripe and the words "California Republic") at Sonoma. The Republic's only president was William B. Ide , [49] who played a pivotal role during the Bear Flag Revolt. This revolt by American settlers served as a prelude to the later American military invasion of California, and was closely coordinated with nearby American military commanders.

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In 1846, a group of American settlers in and around Sonoma rebelled against Mexican rule during the Bear Flag Revolt . Afterwards, rebels raised the Bear Flag (featuring a bear, a star, a red stripe and the words "California Republic") at Sonoma. The Republic's only president was William B. Ide , [49] who played a pivotal role during the Bear Flag Revolt. This revolt by American settlers served as a prelude to the later American military invasion of California, and was closely coordinated with nearby American military commanders.

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