The Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota seeks an outstanding candidate for a tenure-track position in developmental psychopathology at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall 2018. We are particularly interested in researchers who (1) study normative and atypical development together in order to understand basic processes that influence pathways of developmental toward or away from pathological outcomes, (2) adopt a multiple levels of analysis approach (including but not limited to crossing behavior with one or preferably more of the following: genetics, epigenetics, neurobiological, relational, or sociocultural); (3) examine gene-environment interplay; and/or (4) conduct theoretically informative translational research via randomized control trials and/or intervention studies. Advanced developmental research methods and/or statistical expertise are especially valued. All applicants are expected to have strong and fundable research programs and to contribute to both graduate and undergraduate supervision and instruction in developmental psychology/developmental psychopathology.
Review of applications will begin October 9, 2017. Visit https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs and search for Requisition Number: 319286. Completed applications will include a letter addressing qualifications, CV, a description of the applicant’s research program, up to 4 representative publications, and 3 letters of recommendation. All supporting materials, except for the reference letters, should be attached electronically to the online application. Inform your references that letters of recommendation should be emailed to email@example.com.
The University of Minnesota is an EEO/AA employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
About Institute of Child Development University of Minnesota
The Institute of Child Development(ICD)has long been a premier center for scholarship, teaching, and outreach in child psychology. Coursework and research activities focus on the cognitive, social, emotional, and psychobiological/neuroscience processes underlying the development of infants, children, and youth. The University of Minnesota is rich in resources available to ICD faculty, including th...e Center for Neurobehavioral Development (CNBD), with both low and high density EEG/ERP facilities and complete autonomic laboratory, the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR) with two research-dedicated 3T magnets, a Laboratory Preschool housed in the Institute of Child Development, an established subject participant pool within the department, and the many resources afforded in a large metropolitan area. Founded in 1925, the Institute is one of the most established departments for the study of children's development in the United States. From its inception, a key tenet of the department has been to "give away" developmental science. This philosophy has created an environment rich with collaborations, new ideas, and exciting interdisciplinary work.