The Department of Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) at the University of Georgia is soliciting applicants for an assistant or associate professor to begin August 2023. We are seeking to hire an individual with expertise in computational social science, with a focus on understanding families and individual development broadly defined. We are especially interested in those that use computational methods in neuroscience to understand the interplay between biological and environmental contributions to health and development. We would also consider highly qualified candidates in other areas of biobehavioral science, including developmental cognitive neuroscience, genetic or epigenetic contributions to health and development, bioinformatics methods, the role of big data in predictin
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