Assistant Professor in Stem Cell Biology, Organ Development, and Regeneration
Arizona State University
The School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications for a full-time, benefits-eligible, tenure-track assistant professor position in the development and regeneration of complex tissues with an anticipated start date of August 16, 2024. Research areas of interest include the molecular, cellular and genetic mechanisms of stem cell biology and tissue structure, with special consideration for applicants studying the fundamental basis of organ development and regeneration using cutting-edge approaches. With >100 full-time faculty members and strong undergraduate and graduate training programs, the School of Life Sciences (SOLS) (https://sols.asu.edu/about) has wide-ranging expertise across the breadth of biological and life sciences that supports and encourages multiple interdisciplinary research initiatives. This position will be part of an institutional initiative and planned cluster of hires to advance the field of development and regeneration of complex tissues in collaboration with the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering (SBHSE).
ASU offers an attractive start-up package with highly competitive conditions of employment. ASU, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and SOLS value our cultural and intellectual diversity, and continually strive to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. ASU’s stimulating and highly collaborative environment provides access to shared, state-of-the-art equipment in the RegenMed and other well-equipped Bioscience core facilities (https://cores.research.asu.edu/biosciences). Faculty members in SOLS and SHBSE are primarily located in modern laboratories in the heart of the Tempe, AZ campus. The research environment affords opportunities to collaborate with University-wide centers, institutes, and multiple partners in the Phoenix area, including the Translational Genomics Research Institute (www.tgen.org), Barrow Neurological Institute (www.barrowneuro.org), Mayo Clinic (https://www.mayoclinic.org/about-mayo-clinic/facts-statistics/arizona), University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix (https://phoenixmed.arizona.edu/), and Phoenix Children’s Hospital (www.phoenixchildrens.org). We have established inter-institutional graduate training programs that conduct research on stem cells and regenerative biology at many of these institutions (https://sols.asu.edu/degree/graduate/phd-molecular--cellular-bio-phd).
Last Updated 10/23/2023