RESPONSABILITIES: This is a full-time position in psychiatric neuroscience to conduct translational and/or fundamental research relevant to clinical psychiatry.Candidates performing research using neuroimaging/neurophysiology approaches and/or molecular/cellular techniques using rodent models and/or organoid models to tackle translational questions in psychiatric neuroscience are of particular interest.The candidate is expected to be involved in teaching neuroscience and psychiatry where appropriate, as well as in the supervision of academic master’s and doctoral theses.He/she is also expected to take on management and organisational tasks at the Department of Psychiatry and at the Faculty of Medicine level.
REQUIREMENTS:PhD, MD-PhD or equivalent degree.Experience in direction of research and skills for teaching.Good knowledge of French and clinical experience in psychiatry would be an asset.Publications in leading peer-reviewed journals.
ENVIRONMENT:The successful candidate will be member of the Department of Psychiatry and affiliated member of the Department of Basic Neurosciences. Furthermore, he/she will be member of the Synapsy Center for Neuroscience and Mental Health Research (https://www.unige.ch/medecine/synapsycentre/en/).
STARTING DATE: December 1st 2023 or according to agreement.
Please fill in your CV according to the attached template
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae (following template in French or English), list of publications from the last 5 years, H-Index (Google Scholar) and copies of diplomas.
Information for the constitution of the CV : https://www.unige.ch/medecine/en/faculty/hr-careers/
Applications must be submitted exclusively online by clicking on the button below “Postuler/Apply now” until February 28th, 2023. APPLICATIONS SENT BY EMAIL WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
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