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The Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology regularly posts training and job opportunities of interest to members. This complimentary service is offered to members in good standing. Please feel free to copy, repost them, or distribute job listings to colleagues.  Postings will remain on the site for at least 60 days.

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Associate/Full Professor, Behavioral Neurology Division
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida

The University of Florida Department of Neurology invites applications from outstanding candidates for a full-time, tenure accruing or non-tenure track faculty position, at the rank of Associate/Full Professor to lead the Behavioral Neurology Division. The department is looking for a transformational leader in cognitive and behavioral neurology.

Outstanding research and clinical opportunities exist with a growing referral base, a new dedicated Neuromedicine Hospital, state-of-the-art structural and functional neuroimaging and a growing Neurology department at a University ranked in nation’s top 15 public schools.  UF is located in a vibrant university city recently rated as #1 most desirable city to live in the USA. The position includes teaching opportunities in UCNS Approved Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship, ACGME Residency Programs, and medical school.

This leader will  build on a long history of outstanding Behavioral Neurology and will further develop clinical and educational programs and shape and organize the Division’s research strategy with opportunities for multi-disciplinary clinical and research collaborations with  abundant  resources that includes the interdisciplinary McKnight Brain Institute, the Institute on Aging, the newly established NIA-funded Alzheimers Disease Research Center (ADRC), the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease, the Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration, the Center for Neurogenetics, the Wilder Center for Epilepsy Research, the Center for Neuropsychological Studies, the Malcom Randall VAMC, and the Brain Research and Rehabilitation Center and Epilepsy Center of Excellence, and Shands HealthCare. Endowed research opportunities may be available.

Contact:  Michael S. Okun, MD, Chair, Department of Neurology, University of Florida,

Director, Cognitive and Memory Program
Lahey Hospital and Medical Center
Burlington, MA

The Department of Neurology at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, a member of Lahey Health, invites applications from outstanding  BE/BC neurologists with expertise in Cognitive  Disorders to become the Director of the Cognitive and Memory Clinic. The Cognitive and Memory Clinic at Lahey has a long history of exceptional clinical care of patients with memory and cognitive issues. We are seeking a physician with leadership skills who will run the cognitive program with a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach working with other physicians, advanced practioners, social workers and neuropsychologists in providing superb care to patients with memory disorders. The successful candidate will also be involved in clinical research in cognitive science and will teach and supervise medical students, neurology residents and other colleagues.

Lahey Hospital and Medical Center is an academic affiliate of Tufts University Medical School. The department of neurology consists of 22 physicians, 2 PhDs, 4 APCs, and is an integral part of the Tufts neurology residency.  Faculty appointment at Tufts University School of Medicine will be commensurate with experience. Candidates with interest and background in cognitive/neuroscience research are encouraged to apply.  We are unable to sponsor J1 visa waiver.

Lahey Health hospitals are nationally recognized for providing high-quality care and all have been recognized as top 100 hospitals by Truven Health and Beckers’ Hospital Review. Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, a 345-bed tertiary care facility, outpatient clinic and Level II trauma center is located in Burlington, MA; it is a physician-led, multi-disciplinary group practice of more than 500 physicians.  It performed at the level of nationally ranked U.S. News Best Hospitals in 5 adult specialties including Neurology/Neurosurgery.  Located just north (Burlington campus) of Boston the area provides excellent school systems, abundant cultural activities in a world class city and convenient access to the mountains and seacoast throughout New England.

Contact:  Qualified candidates should forward CV and cover letter to Jayashri Srinivasan MD PhD, Chair of Neurology ( and to senior physician recruiter, Kate Schnabel, (

Cognitive Neurologist
Ohio Health
Columbus, Ohio

Join one of the nation’s largest comprehensive neuroscience programs. We are expanding our Cognitive Neurology program by adding a Cognitive Neurologist to assume leadership of our established Memory Clinic that is supported by licensed social workers. Geriatric and hospice care experience preferred. Educational resources, patient support programs, and community partners allow our cognitive team to provide exceptional care to our patients. Our multidisciplinary approach to care also includes collaboration with geriatricians, Neurologists and other geriatric health partners.

This employed physician will join our nationally recognized community based hospital system with the opportunity for teaching and research. OhioHealth’s $321 million newly completed Neuroscience Center features continued, unmatched diagnosis and treatment of brain and spine conditions.  For the tenth consecutive year, OhioHealth was recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies” to work for in the nation. OhioHealth has also been named one of the nation’s top 15 health systems for clinical performance by Truven Health Analytics six times – more than any other health system. Additionally, OhioHealth has ranked first or second nationally for the last seven years in Press Ganey’s Physician Engagement Survey.

Experience the vibrant and flourishing city of Columbus, Ohio, the 15th largest city in the United States. This culturally diverse and welcoming city offers unique neighborhoods and lifestyles for all. The central Ohio region is home to many first-class public and private school systems, as well as 26 prestigious colleges and universities. As part of our thriving community, local residents enjoy professional and collegiate sports, music and theater productions, world-class museums and art, premier shopping, an innovative food scene, and beautiful metro and state parks.

Contact:  Ilene Morrow at 614-544-4222 or send your CV to

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center  
Lubbock, Texas

The Department of Neurology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas, has an opening for a Neurologist at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank.  The opening is for the position of Director, Alzheimer’s Disease Program.  This is an endowed chair, “The Corinne Payne Wright Regents Endowed Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease”.  Candidates must have completed an accredited neurology residency and fellowship specializing in Behavior Neurology or Alzheimer’s.

Candidate must be Texas licensed or eligible for Texas licensure. Candidate should be well-versed in the diagnosis and management of neurological disorders in adults. The candidate will join an active clinical and research program in Alzheimer’s disease research in aging and dementia. TTUHSC is home to several research efforts already in place such as the Garrison Institute on Aging, Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health.  The position also includes the appointment as the PI of the 2 year grant of the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium (TARCC). The candidate is expected to develop a robust clinical practice with significant activity in research.  Involvement in medical student education and our residency training program is also expected.  The TTUHSC Department of Neurology covers neurologic specialties including epilepsy, stroke, movement disorders, MS and neuroimmunology, neuromuscular disorders, endovascular neurology and an Alzheimer’s research program. The department serves the communities of West Texas and surrounding areas to include portions of Eastern New Mexico. TTUHSC is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Protected Veterans/Individuals w/Disability Employer.

Contact: For further information call (806) 743-3847 or email

Apply online via the Careers at Texas Tech website

Research Associate
Johns Hopkins
Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology
Baltimore, Maryland

The Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology invites applications for a non-tenure-track junior faculty position at the Research Associate level. This is a full-time research position with no clinical or teaching obligations, and no obligation to seek outside support.  We seek applicants with expertise in cognitive science with research interests in language, learning, and memory, to work directly with the Director of the Division on planning and executing a variety of projects with human subjects. The ideal candidate will have direct research experience with individuals with developmental and/or acquired brain injuries, and expertise in computational modeling techniques. Applicants must have a PhD or equivalent in cognitive science, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or a closely related field, and a strong record of publication.  Applicants must submit a CV, a statement of research and professional goals no more than 3 pages long, and three letters of reference.

Contact: Email Barry Gordon, M.D., Ph.D.: (refer to JOB 7945)

Senior Research Assistant
Johns Hopkins
Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology
New York City

The Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology invites applications for a senior research assistant position to provide research assistance in ongoing research projects in cognitive neuroscience and learning theories in neurologically impaired populations, including those with severe developmental disorders (e.g., autism). Primary responsibilities include research testing using behavioral methods, event-related brain potentials and physiological monitoring, as well as stimulus production, data entry, analysis and participant recruitment. Other responsibilities include assistance with aspects of experimental design, literature search and review, assistance with manuscript preparation (including writing) and maintenance of an organized and efficient filing system and data back-up. This position will require independent thinking and self-directed management of all duties carried out on a daily basis. This position is located in New York City (NY). Job requires occasional travel to Baltimore.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology or related field. Minimum of three years of relevant experience required, including experience with human psychological research and EEG. Significant computer skills (Microsoft Office, e-Prime, SPSS etc.) and experience working with low-functioning individuals on the autism spectrum are strongly preferred.

Contact: Email Barry Gordon, M.D., Ph.D.:

Editorial Manager
Johns Hopkins
Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology

The Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology invites applications for an editorial manager.  The Journal:  Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology (CBN) is the official journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology.  Editor-in-Chief Barry Gordon, MD, PhD, runs the journal from his office at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore.  CBN is a clinical subspecialty journal focusing on advances in the neurologic understanding of conditions that affect thinking, learning, memory, communication, and behavior.  CBN welcomes all types of submissions that address clinical research, patient care, education, or professional advancement.  The readership is primarily neurologists, neuropsychologists, and psychiatrists.  CBN is a quarterly hybrid open access journal that is published both in print and online.  .  Managing Editor’s Responsibilities:  Run the editorial office’s regular operations.  Oversee submission of manuscripts, review, post-acceptance editing, and proofreading.  Report to and serve as gatekeeper for Dr. Gordon so he can focus on evaluating the quality of submissions.  Recruit, train, and supervise part-time staff to vet potential reviewers and possibly to edit accepted manuscripts and proofread.  Determine most editorial policy, writing style, and layout.  Keep records of all editorial transactions.  Maintain contact with and troubleshoot for authors, reviewers, editorial office colleagues, publisher’s staff, and Editorial Board.  Edit accepted manuscripts and work closely with authors to reach consensus on final text, tables, figures, and supplemental digital content.  Collaborate with production staff in preparing proofs and proofreading.  Write some editorials and feature articles.  Update Instructions for Authors, front matter, and Society announcements.  Meet production deadlines.  Work with Dr. Gordon to develop special issues, invited articles, and new features.  Write reports.  Draft updates for the journal’s website.  Help draft marketing materials.  Other duties as assigned by Dr. Gordon.

The editor helps Division faculty, fellows, students, and staff with all phases of their academic and other writing projects:  planning; outlining; drafting; preparing tables, graphs, figures, and presentations; conforming to publication requirements; editing and polishing; helping coordinate multi-author and multi-component projects; submission and navigating of editorial review and revision; and proofreading.  Projects are research papers, proposals, grant applications, posters, slide sets, reports, correspondence, etc.  The editor mentors inexperienced writers.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree.  Five years of related experience.  Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU Equivalency Formula.

Contact: Email Barry Gordon, M.D., Ph.D.:

To apply online, see, Journal Editor.

Researcher/Junior Faculty Position
Johns Hopkins
Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology

New York City

The Division of Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology invites applications for a researcher for a junior faculty position (Research Associate) for its New York location. The individual in this position will lead research activities, and some educational efforts with a research component, focused on improving the skills of individuals in the moderate to severe range of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.

The position will be physically based in midtown Manhattan at the Division’s New York Educational Program (NYEP). The NYEP provides full-time, educational services to a young adult with autism and development disabilities who has limited communication and social skills, and it offers some educational/social services to other individuals with developmental disabilities.  The one young adult, and potentially others, may participate in research efforts related to autism and related conditions.  These research efforts are the focus of this particular position.

The top priority for the individual in this position will be to assist the NYEP staff in refining and supervising current research/educational efforts, of which the main ones currently are:

  • using physiologic measures such as heart rate variability, electrodermal activity (EDA), and possibly salivary cortisol levels to predict receptivity to learning and to identify markers for behaviors that may interfere with learning
  • improving social interactions and other functions through individual and group activities (art, cooking, and music)
  • planning and supervising a series of single case studies (particularly whether or not music can benefit emotional regulation in such individuals).

As a secondary responsibility, the research associate will ensure the scientific integrity of scientific projects conducted at the Manhattan site, but supervised by faculty elsewhere.  Currently, those efforts involve reading training and visual evoked potential studies.  Ultimately, more research subjects may be  recruited from the area and tested at the Manhattan site. The position requires excellent managerial and interpersonal skills, clear written and oral communication skills, considerable flexibility and adaptability, and a broad understanding of – and hands-on experience with – individuals in the moderate to severe range of ASD or other developmental disabilities.

Qualifications:  Appropriate candidates must have a Ph.D. or equivalent in Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Neuroscience, or a comparable discipline. The position requires evidence of successfully directing human experimental behavioral research studies, preferably with experience with our target population (individuals in the moderate to severe range of ASD and related developmental disorders), proficiency with experimental statistics (particularly single-case, repeated-measures designs), and at least one first-authored, peer-reviewed publication.

Contact:  Send your CV and a letter of interest to References are not required at the initial application stage, but can be included.

The Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students.  All applicants who share this goal are encouraged to apply.