The Department of Human Physiology at the University of Oregon invites applications for two tenure track faculty positions (one open rank and one at the Assistant Professor level), to begin fall 2019. We are seeking individuals with research interests in Motor Control, Biomechanics, and/or Neurophysiology that complement existing areas of excellence within the department. Competitive candidate will be broadly trained and have experience with the mechanical and/or neural principles underlying movement, neurorehabilitation, motor control or other aspects of neuromuscular physiology. Applicants with a research program focused on orthopaedic or movement disorders are strongly encouraged to apply. Competitive salary support and start-up funds will be provided.
Questions about the application process should be addressed to Andy Karduna (email@example.com). To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by November 16, 2018. The positions will remain open until filled. Applications are encouraged from minorities, women, or members of other underrepresented groups.
The Department of Human Physiology is dedicated to the goal of building a diverse community that is committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. Applicants are requested to include a statement about how they will further this goal. In particular, candidates should describe any experience with mentoring minorities, women, or members of other underrepresented groups, including examples of supporting or leading activities that promoted interest and retention in the science by individuals from under-represented groups. Additionally, candidates are encouraged to provide information of how their research agenda addresses or incorporates issues that involve or affect diverse groups.
Apply at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11693. Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, three representative publications, and three statements: (1) research accomplishments and future plans, (2) teaching philosophy, and (3) personal contributions to foster an environment of equity and inclusion for faculty, staff, and students from diverse backgrounds.