Northeastern University invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in the broad area of Psychological and Mental Health. Candidates should have a research program that is cross-disciplinary and may involve behavioral, computational, and/or imaging approaches to advance understanding of mental health and disorders. The primary appointment will be in the Department of Psychology (College of Science) with joint appointments in other College of Science Departments or any other Northeastern College including (but not limited to) Bouvé College of Health Science, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Khoury College of Computing, College of Arts, Media and Design depending on research and focus.

Fields that may be relevant include lifestyle factors such as information use and decision-making; fiscal and environmental stress; metabolism and mental health; or brain-body metabolic interactions. The research may focus on developing, adult or aging human populations or animal models. We welcome applicants who conduct interventional research, with a focus on neuroimaging, behavioral, and/or computational tools to assess psychological and mental health. Potential topics of interest may also include emotion and affect, learning and memory, social and online interaction, and sensation and perception, as well as a range of populations of interest from animal models and/or childhood through older adulthood in healthy individuals or patient populations.
Applications are invited for positions at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) beginning in academic year 2022-2023. Exceptional senior candidates will be considered for appointment at higher ranks.

Interested candidates should apply here with a curriculum vita that includes a list of publications, statements addressing the prompts detailed at this link, and at least three reference letters. Applications will be reviewed beginning on January 2nd, 2022.