Addictions: The Department of Psychiatry is recruiting a clinician/scientist specializing in the neurobehavioral sequelae of addiction. This person will provide clinical leadership in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with substance use disorders, and enhance the capacity for translational addictions research at the Neuroscience Center. The Indiana University School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry is experiencing an exciting period of growth and transformation. We are seeking qualified applicants for strategic faculty positions across our programs. These positions offer exciting opportunities for research, program leadership/development, teaching and clinical care. With tremendous growth comes a unique opportunity to influence the direction of the department, collaborate with a diversity of colleagues, and access formal and informal mentoring. In addition to offering competitive benefits and salary, we are committed to flexibility and generous start-up packages to facilitate development of research activities. Areas of emphasis include the following: " Interventional Neuropsychiatry " Neurotrauma Neuropsychiatry " Addictions " Geropsychiatry " Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Appointments will be on the clinical or tenure track and commensurate with qualifications and experience. An MD or equivalent and/or a PhD is required; clinicians must be board certified (or eligible) and eligible for licensure in the State of Indiana. Strategic recruitment of clinicians and clinician scientists are not limited to the specific job openings listed here. We encourage exceptional clinician and clinician scientist applicants to inquire about other opportunities to join our growing team. The Indiana University Department of Psychiatry provides comprehensive psychiatric and psychological assessment and treatment in state of the art specialty clinics across the diagnostic spectrum for children, adolescents and adults; maintains a commitment to educational excellence for students, residents, interns, and fellows; and in recent years has achieved an exponential increase in translational research funding. Our mission is to be a destination site for training the next generation of leaders in psychiatry, furthering neuroscience discovery, and pioneering new approaches to the translation of these discoveries to the treatment of neurobehavioral disorders. The Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) and IU Health have committed significant resources to basic and clinical neuroscience. We have recently completed our move into the brand new IU Health Neuroscience Center, where we collaborate with colleagues in Neurology, Neurosurgery, the Neuroimaging Center, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and others to treat individuals with neuropsychiatric disorders. Connected to the Clinical Neuroscience Center, we have just opened a state of the art Neuroscience Research Building which brings together Neuroscience Researchers from across the school, including our Departmental Institute for Psychiatric Research. Located in Indianapolis, IUSM has nine campuses across the state. IUSM educates the second largest medical student body in the U.S. Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the United States and has a culturally diverse population. The city is growing, thriving economically and anchored by the life sciences. The expanding residential base is driven by rich amenities and quality of life. In addition to having active sports, cultural, arts, and educational events and programs, Indianapolis is located centrally near several other major cities including Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, and Columbus. Interested candidates should submit CVs by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Attn: Dr. Tom McAllister, Department Chair). Please write "Addictions" in the subject line. For additional information, see Department of Psychiatry website at http://www.psychiatry.medicine.iu.edu. The priority deadline is Monday, June 23, 2014. Indiana University is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
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