January 10, 2014

Research Institute on Addictions / Research Scientist Position in Area of Tobacco/Nicotine Use

RESEARCH SCIENTIST – TOBACCO/NICOTINE USE: The University at Buffalo (UB) Research Institute on Addictions (RIA), a national leader in addictions research, is recruiting for a State of New York Research Scientist position. We are specifically seeking applicants with research expertise in tobacco/nicotine use, broadly defined. Experience as principal investigator on externally-funded research projects or prior grant funding is highly desirable. The successful candidate is expected to obtain funding for research that addresses important scientific questions regarding tobacco/nicotine use. This is a permanent research-focused position with minimal teaching and administrative responsibilities. The position is subject to New York State Civil Service regulations. Salary and fringe benefits are competitive. RIA is a research center within UB, and faculty and/or joint appointments with UB departments are available. Applications from minority candidates are particularly welcome. Established in 1970, RIA has a staff of over 120 persons working on over 35 separate research projects spanning multiple disciplines and approaches. RIA occupies a five-story building, and offers outstanding resources in support of its research endeavors. Visit the RIA website at http://www.buffalo.edu/ria.html. Inquiries can be made to either Kenneth E. Leonard (leonard@ria.buffalo.edu), RIA Director, or Gerard J. Connors (connors@ria.buffalo.edu), Search Committee Chair. To apply, visithttps://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu and search for position posting identification number 1300827. Attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and research statement to the digital application. Three letters of recommendation are also required and may be submitted as outlined in the online position posting. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer (AA/EOE).

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