Deadline: 30 March 2021
Open to: international applicants
Benefits: annual stipend of 55,000 USD
The Neuroscience Institute (NI) of Carnegie Mellon University seeks diverse, creative, and collaborative early-career applicants for its Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. Interested applicants are encouraged to reach out to relevant NI faculty (see list here) to develop competitive proposals.
The Neuroscience Institute of Carnegie Mellon brings together researchers from across the University to conduct multi-disciplinary work to advance the state of brain science. The Neuroscience Institute comprises faculty from five of CMU’s seven schools and colleges, harnessing the university’s core strengths in cognitive science, computation, data science, biology, and engineering. NI strives to be a community that is academically and intellectually rigorous, as well as being diverse, inclusive, and respectful to all of its members. We aspire to promote a collegial professional environment in which all individuals can thrive and do their best work with community support and free from harassment, intimidation, or disrespect.
This program is made possible through the generosity of Henry L. Hillman and Kris Gopalakrishnan.
Candidates must demonstrate:
NI Fellows will receive an annual stipend of $55,000, full benefits, and a professional development fund of up to $5000 per year. Researchers already in CMU laboratories are ineligible. Up to two fellowships (renewable annually, typically for two years) will be awarded per year.
To apply, submit a single PDF file containing (in order):
A selection committee comprising three current NI faculty and the NI Director will review applications. For full consideration, submit your applications by March 30, 2021 to [email protected]. Fellows will be notified no later than April 30, 2021.
For more information please visit the official website.