FYI, this post went up a few weeks ago. It seems like a great opportunity for philosophers interested in philosophy of neuroscience and law.
Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia is creating a new
interdisciplinary Neuroethics Program, a cooperative venture of the Department of Philosophy, the Neuroscience Institute, the Department of Psychology, and the College of Law. As part of the University’s Second Century Initiative (2CI),
the Neuroethics Program will include three new open-rank
tenured/tenure-track hires, nine new PhD Fellowships, and a
Concentration in Neuroethics in the PhD programs in Neuroscience and in
Psychology. Each successful candidate will be hired at a rank
commensurate with experience, with a primary appointment in the
Departments of Philosophy or Psychology, the Neuroscience Institute, or
the College of Law. Joint appointment in these units and affiliation
with other research units or interdisciplinary initiatives will be
encouraged. The Neuroethics Program will be a part of a thriving
interdisciplinary neuroscience community in Atlanta and at GSU,
including the resources of the Center for Advanced Brain Imaging, the Brains & Behavior Program, the Language Research Center, and the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics.