Sep 17, 2019
The Department of Psychology in the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, plans to hire up to three tenure-track faculty members in the study of addictions, with a clinical focus. Two of these hires will be at the Assistant level, with the remaining hire being at the Assistant or Associate level. You will join an interdisciplinary team of researchers in Psychology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology/Toxicology, and Psychiatry whose collective efforts are moving Buffalo to become a leading center for understanding the causes of and successful treatments for addictions, broadly defined. We are seeking individuals with active research programs who have exhibited potential for high-impact research and extramural funding. UB and the Department of Psychology have particular strengths in the study of alcohol and nicotine, but the specific area of study within addictions research is open. Applicants will be expected to contribute to teaching and supervision of both graduate and undergraduate students. The University at Buffalo is New York State's largest and most comprehensive public university. A premier center for graduate and professional education, UB is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, placing it amongst the leading research-intensive public universities in the United States. Buffalo is a major metropolitan area with a diverse blend of communities, each with its own distinct character. We are known known for our welcoming nature, and thriving cultural, arts, and outdoor opportunities. University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Inquiries about the position can be directed to Dr. Craig Colder, Chair of the search committee ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). Applications must be submitted online at ( http://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21700 ).
University at Buffalo, SUNY University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA Full time