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Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology consists of faculties whose specialties are in the fields of molecular biology, cell biology, genetics, and developmental biology. We use various model organisms to study the structure and function of genes and cells, the mechanisms of inheritance and development, and the structural and functional genomics of these organisms......more
 

 

 

 

Assistant Professor or above

The Institute of Molecular and  Cellular Biology (IMCB) in the College of Life Science at National Taiwan University (NTU) is seeking two full-time, tenure-track faculty candidates for the positions at the assistant professor level or above. C andidates must have a n earned Ph.D. and a t least one year of post-doctoral experience in the preferred research areas of Molecular Biology/ Cellular Biolo gy/ Genetics/ Bioinformatics. One of these two faculty positions is limited to the area in Plant Biology. Candidates pursuing innovative research are highly encouraged to apply. The successful candidate s are expected to (1 ) teach undergraduate and graduate courses in related disciplines; ( 2 ) develop and conduct extramurally funded research; and ( 3 ) perform service responsibilities . These tenure-track faculty position s begin from August of 201 7. Further information about the IMCB at NTU is available at http://cell.lifescience.ntu.edu.tw/english/index.htm.

Applicants should submit a single PDF document by email including a cover letter addressing qualifications, CV with a publication list, the reprints of representative papers within five years, teaching statements , and research plans to our secretary Ms. Ya-Ling Wei ( ntuclsimcb@ntu.edu.tw ). In addition, t hree letters should be sent from referees by email ( ntuclsimcb@ntu.edu.tw ). All a pplication material s should be received by September 30, 2016.

 

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