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NeuroJobs Career Center

NeuroJobs Career Center
SfN offers a growing range of career resources through its NeuroJobs Career Center.
NeuroJobs Career Center
The NeuroJobs Career Fair at the SfN annual meeting offers attendees the opportunity to meet face-to-face with potential employers.
Welcome to the NeuroJobs Career Center, home to a growing range of career resources available through SfN and partnering organizations. Discover resources and tools to help you look for jobs, find great employees, explore career options, and advance your career throughout your professional life.

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NeuroJobs is the field’s largest resource for matching job seekers and available positions in academia, biotechnology, the pharmaceutical industry, government, foundations, and more.

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For NeuroJobs assistance, call 1-888-491-8833 Ext. 2223 (extension required) or email

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Career Paths and Profiles »
Explore videos and career path overviews describing life in a variety of career paths and settings.

Professional Skills and Career Development Resources »
Do you want to know how to write a great resume or be a good mentor? How to publish research, and what the ethical obligations are for scientific communications? How your colleague got that postdoctoral position? Learn more.

Scientific Training Opportunities »
Investigate training programs available at the SfN annual meeting as well as events held around the world in conjunction with SfN partners.

Mentoring and Career Advice »
Knowing who and how to ask for career advice is a key component of successful career development at every stage of the scientific life cycle.

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Upcoming Webinar

Creating Individual Development Plans
Sept. 17, 2014 | 2:00 p.m. EDT

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Graduate School Fair

Secure your Monday-Tuesday exhibit space at Neuroscience 2014 and meet your future students in Washington, DC! Space is limited.

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Featured Jobs

Call for Assistant Professors and Professors | IST Austria

AUT - Nationwide, IST Austria invites applications for TENURE-TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR and TENURED PROFESSOR positions to lead independent research groups in all areas of NEUROSCIENCE (such as molecular, cellular,... more »

Associate Professor of Psychology/ Assistant Professor of Psychology | The George Washington University Department of Psychology

US - DC - Washington, Basic Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in cognitive neuroscience or a closely related field, a strong publication record in peer-reviewed journals, an established inno... more »