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Assistant Professor (tenure track)

The Autism Institute seeks applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position. This position has a primary appointment in the research program on Life Course Outcomes, led by Dr. Paul T. Shattuck. The person hired will be expected to develop and engage in collaborative and independent research with a major, but not necessarily exclusive, emphasis on autism. Financial resources (startup funding and salary support), mentorship, and other resources are available to help attain this objective.

To learn about this position, go to www.drexeljobs.com, click on Search Postings, enter life course outcomes in the Keyword box, and click search. 

Assistant Professor (tenure track)

The Autism Institute seeks applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position. This position has a primary appointment in the research program on Modifiable Risk Factors, led by Dr. Craig Newschaffer. The person hired will be expected to develop and engage in collaborative and independent research with a major, but not necessarily exclusive, emphasis on autism. Financial resources (startup funding and salary support), mentorship, and other resources are available to help attain this objective.

To learn about this position, go to www.drexeljobs.com, click on Search Postings, enter modifiable risk factors in the Keyword box, and click search.

Assistant Professor (tenure track)

The Autism Institute invites applications for a research-focused tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, to work in the Program in Early Detection and Intervention.  Faculty conduct community- and population-based research addressing challenges faced by individuals with autism and their families. The Early Detection and Intervention Program, led by Diana Robins, specifically aims to reduce the age of ASD diagnosis, increase evidence supporting early intervention, and facilitate access to high-quality intervention services. Applicants should have a PhD in Psychology or a related discipline, and expertise in intervention research, ideally incorporating both qualitative and quantitative methods. Post-doctoral training is strongly encouraged. Strong applicants will have already begun to establish a track-record of a highly productive program of research. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Start date will be July-Sep 2015. Interested applicants should send cover letter, CV, and names of three references to:  AutismInstitute@drexel.edu. Questions can be directed to DRobins@drexel.edu. Drexel University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.