Tenure track positions in Molecular Biosciences
University of Kansas
The Department of Molecular Biosciences at the University of Kansas invites applications for 5 tenure-track faculty positions. We are seeking applicants in the area of Genomics (3 positions with one focused on Development), Cell or Developmental Biology, and Systems Biology. The Department of Molecular Biosciences provides a highly interactive, multi-disciplinary research environment that includes successful researchers in genetics and genomics, cell and developmental biology, neurobiology, cancer biology, microbiology, biochemistry, and computational biology, (https://molecularbiosciences.ku.edu). The KU Office of Research has made a significant investment in Molecular Biosciences via the Research Rising Initiative (https://research.ku.edu/research-rising). In addition, the University of Kansas has many excellent core facilities, for example in genome sequencing and analysis, mass spectrometry & analytical proteomics, and microscopy, that facilitate and enhance departmental research. The University of Kansas is at the center of Lawrence, KS, a vibrant college town and a welcoming, inclusive community.
To learn more about the department and to find a link to the application portal, please visit our website,https://molecularbiosciences.ku.edu/multiple-open-faculty-positions. The university and department are committed to an open, diverse, and inclusive learning and working environment that nurtures growth and development. As such, applications from members of underrepresented groups in higher education are highly encouraged. Complete application submission by November 1st is encouraged for full consideration.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in relevant field. Applicants should demonstrate the potential to establish an independent, externally funded research program, as evidenced by research products including preprints and publications, and a statement outlining research successes and future goals. As excellence in inclusive education and mentoring is a priority for our academic scientists, applicants should convey approaches and interests in these areas. Applications to more than one of the positions is encouraged as appropriate.
Last Updated 10/06/2022