Two Tenure-track Faculty Positions in Computational Psychiatry

The Department of Psychiatry and The Friedman Brain Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai are looking to
hire two tenure-track researchers in Computational Psychiatry at either the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level. Mount
Sinai is currently the largest hospital system in New York with established clinical programs in psychiatry that see high patient

The successful applicant will work closely with faculty at the Center for Computational Neuropsychiatry and Neuroscience,
Department of Psychiatry, the Nash Family Department of Neuroscience, and researchers across the Friedman Brain Institute
to engage in collaborative research efforts and establish an independent and NIH-funded research group at the Icahn School
of Medicine at Mount Sinai conducting high impact research in human computational psychiatry and neuroscience. We offer
highly competitive salaries and startup packages.

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is a world leader in basic and clinical neuroscience. The aim of this hire is to
complement The Friedman Brain Institute’s research strengths across behavioral, cognitive, molecular, and clinical levels of
neuropsychiatry, as well as in computational biomedical research across departments and institutes.

For position 1, we are looking for applicants with a strong track record and experience in conducting either theory-driven or
data-driven computational neuroscience work to address questions at relevant to psychiatry.

For position 2, we are looking for clinician researchers with a strong track record and experience in conducting neuroimaging
research on schizophrenia-related disorders.

Applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, up to 3 representative publications, and a research plan (strictly limited
to 2 pages) combined into a single PDF document to

Applications will be considered starting from January 15th, 2021 but will continue to be considered on a rolling basis until the
position is filled.