The Department of Biology at Temple University invites applications for faculty positions in the area of Integrative Biology. These positions will complement existing strengths in the Department [http://bio.cst.temple.edu/], including Computational Biology, Ecology and Evolution, Cell/Molecular Biology, and Neuroscience. Candidates who meld molecular and organismal biology, and those who combine wet lab or field research with theory and computation are especially encouraged to apply. Integrative computational scientists who combine evolutionary, genomic, and functional information in one or more of the above areas will also be reviewed. We anticipate hiring at the Assistant Professor level, but outstanding candidates at the Associate or Full Professor level will be considered. New hires are expected to develop an externally-funded research program and contribute to the teaching mission of the Department and University. Faculty positions at Temple University come with competitive laboratory space, salaries, and startup packages.
Required Minimum Basic Qualifications:
A Ph.D. or equivalent degree is required by date of application.
A track record of research excellence, originality, and productivity, and interest/experience in undergraduate and graduate teaching as well as public outreach.
Applicants must submit their curriculum vitae, a brief summary of current and future research programs, a statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for three references as a
single document to Tania Stephens (email@example.com). Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled, with priority given to applications received by Oct. 15, 2019. For additional information see bio.cst.temple.edu.
Temple University is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative action employer committed to achieving a diverse community (AA, EOE, m/f/d/v).
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