Please RT: Position vacant, Professor in Neuroscience – Trinity College, the University of Dublin

Post Title: Professor in Neuroscience 
Post Status: Permanent and Full-Time

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Post Title: Professor in Neuroscience 

Post Status: Permanent and Full-Time
Department/Faculty: Discipline of Physiology, School of Medicine
Reports to: Head of Discipline
Location: Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Salary: This appointment will be made on the Associate Professor salary scale in line with current Government pay policy
Closing Date: Noon, Thursday, 3rd April 2014

Please note: Applications will only be accepted through e-recruitment: https://jobs.tcd.ie

This position is tenable from: July/August 2014

Neuroscience is a research area in which Trinity College Dublin possesses an exceptional track record. It is a major research strength of the Discipline of Physiology and has been identified and prioritised as a key research theme in the strategic plans of both the School of Medicine and the College.

The School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, seeks to appoint an outstanding candidate to the position of Professor in Neuroscience. The successful candidate will be a senior academic with an interest in any area of Neuroscience. Candidates should have a proven track record in research, an active research programme and a history of success in obtaining grant funding. They should also have an ability to contribute to teaching activities and strategic developments within the School at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

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Author: Shane O'Mara

Neuroscientist