Email the search committee chair, Professor Eddy Nahmias.

Neuroethics Program

Georgia State University is creating an interdisciplinary Neuroethics Program through a cooperative venture among the Department of Philosophy, the College of Law, the Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Psychology.

The program seeks applicants for two new open-rank, tenure-track positions beginning fall 2014. One of these positions will focus on the intersection of philosophy and law and the ethical and legal implications of neuroscience. The primary appointment for this hire is either in the Department of Philosophy or the College of Law. Candidates for this position must hold a Ph.D. or J.D. at the time of application, have a record of successful research and teaching, and a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration with the program partners.

Recruiting Committee Chair
How to Apply

To apply for the neuroethics position, click here.

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