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The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Faculty Positions in Molecular and Cell Biology (pnc130917)

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The Department of Molecular and Cell Biology in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for Faculty positions at any rank. Preference will be for investigators working in research areas that complement existing Departmental strengths in biochemistry, cancer biology, cell biology, computational and systems biology, microbiology, and neurobiology. The Department will participate in a new School-wide interdisciplinary initiative in basic energy sciences. Researchers addressing fundamental questions that complement our strengths and that relate to bioenergy are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants should show evidence of a vigorous and independent research program, and those at the Associate or Full Professor levels should also have a record of obtaining significant external funding. Applicants should have enthusiasm for teaching at both graduate and undergraduate levels.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Indication of sex and ethnicity for affirmative action statistical purposes is requested as part of the application but is not required.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, short descriptions of research plans and teaching interests, and three letters of recommendation via the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM available below.

Posted on: Sep 17, 2013

This position is closed and no longer accepting applications. This page is still available for reference.

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