The Lewis Center for Neuroimaging (LCNI) seeks applicants for the position of a Director of the facility. The appointment is a one-year contract with possibility of renewal. It is a part-time position reporting to the Vice President for Research. The Director has broad supervisory and oversight responsibility for the facility and is charged with optimizing the use of the facility by fee-paying researchers. The mission of the LCNI is to support interdisciplinary, multifaceted research in cognitive neuroscience and biological imaging. The Center has a Siemens Allegra 3T MRI unit, a variety of stimulus presentation and data collection modalities, and full capabilities for the design and fabrication of MR coils to support a broad range of research needs and applications.
Applicants must currently be a UO employee at 0.5FTE or more in a Research Associate, Senior Research Associate, Research Professor or tenured faculty position and must have technical and leadership experience relevant to the LCNI mission. Further, an applicant must have conducted significant MR scanning experiments at the LCNI in FY11 and a demonstrated commitment for continuing work in FY12. A research portfolio funded through external sponsors, and a record of scholarly productivity in a field relevant to the mission of the LCNI is essential. The finalist must agree to a background check and verification of educational degrees stated in application material.
A complete application will consist of a current CV, three written references (internal and/or external), and a statement of goals. Material should be addressed to Professor Michael Posner, email@example.com. Electronic materials are preferred but hard copies can be sent to Professor Posner care of:
Psychology Department, Straub Hall
1227 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
Application review will begin on Friday, May 27, 2011.
The UO is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. We seek candidates with demonstrated potential to contribute positively to the University of Oregon’s diverse community.