Center for the Study of Animal Well-Being (CSAW)

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Open endowed chair position

Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience is seeking an established scientist and leader to fill the Bernice Gilman Baily & Joseph Baily Endowed Chair in Animal Well-Being Science and to support our burgeoning focus on affective and behavioral neuroscience. Preference will be given to candidates with an internationally recognized research program in the areas of social neuroscience, the human-animal bond, or the neural circuitry of mood or stress reduction.


The goals of CSAW are to generate and disseminate new knowledge aimed at improving the well-being of animals, to enhance the mutual benefits of human-animal interactions and to develop and present educational and public service programs on animal well-being and human-animal interactions.


The International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations (IAHAIO)

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