Assistant Professor in Genome Regulatory Mechanisms and Assistant Professor in Stem Cell or Regenerative Biology

University of California, Irvine

Irvine, CA

Posted 11/21/2023

Applications are invited for two tenure-track faculty positions at the level of Assistant Professor in the Department of Development and Cell Biology. The first position is in the area of genome regulatory mechanisms (GRM), broadly defined. Of particular interest are applicants who carry out experimental research in areas such as (but not limited to) genome function, regulation of gene expression and systems genetics. The second position is in the area of stem cell or regenerative biology SCRB). We broadly seek candidates interested in stem cell and/or niche biology, regeneration, cancer stem cells, and related areas. Priority will be given to candidates whose research will benefit from interdisciplinary collaborations, interactions with members of the department ( and from affiliation with campus centers and institutes.

The successful applicant is expected to conduct a vibrant research program, contribute to the teaching and service missions of the University of California, and share our commitment to inclusive excellence. Please send a curriculum vitae, 3-page summary of research accomplishments and goals, 1-page statement of teaching and mentoring experience and philosophy, 1-page statement highlighting past and/or potential contributions to inclusive excellence, and contact details for three reference via the online recruitment URL: (GRM) or (SCRB) as appropriate. Evaluation criteria for the research, teaching, and inclusive excellence statements are provided at the online recruitment URL. Applications completed by December 15, 2023 will be granted full consideration. Any questions about the suitability of an applicant for this opportunity can be directed to the department chair [email protected].

Last Updated 11/21/2023