Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Biology: Computational Biology

Presbyterian College: Presbyterian College is a four-year undergraduate liberal-arts college affilia
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October 11 2017
Life Sciences
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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Biology: Computational Biology

The Department of Biology at Presbyterian College announces a tenure-track position in biology with interests and experience in applied bioinformatics and/or computational biology. We seek a colleague who has expertise in analysis of big data, modeling, bioinformatics, genomics/transcriptomics, biostatistics, or other quantitative and/or computational methods.

Excellence in teaching is highly valued at Presbyterian College. We expect the individual in this position to teach undergraduate courses in the areas of applied bioinformatics and to work with faculty to incorporate applied bioinformatics and computational biology into new and existing courses within the curriculum. The individual will develop an active research program in their areas of bioinformatics and computational biology that incorporates undergraduate research opportunities and complements existing research efforts in the Department of Biology.


Degree in Biology, Bioinformatics, or similar discipline. Postdoctoral experience desired.  PhD preferred; outstanding Masters-level candidates will be considered.


Inquiries regarding this position should be made to Dr. Stuart Gordon, Presbyterian College Dept. of Biology, sggordon@presby.edu , 864-833-8405 (office). Interested individuals should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching experience and philosophy, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Stuart Gordon, Biology Search Committee Chair, and be sent electronically as one pdf file to compbiojob@presby.edu . Review of applications will begin November 20th and continue until the position is filled.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.