Faculty Positions Cancer and Stem Cell Biology
Cancer and Stem Cell Biology
The Programme in Cancer and Stem Cell Biology (CSCB) at the Duke-NUS Medical School (Duke-NUS) invites applications from outstanding physician-scientists and scientists for tenure track positions in the general areas of cancer and stem cell biology. We seek internationally competitive applicants, including those whose research programmes intersect with institutional initiatives in ageing, global health and Precision or Translational Medicine. Scientists with existing programmes that are translational in nature are especially encouraged to apply.
CSCB is one of the five Signature Research Programmes of Duke-NUS, a global partnership between Duke University in the United States and the National University of Singapore. Our faculty are expected to establish extramurally funded translational or basic science research programmes and to participate in medical education. Applicants should have a PhD, MD, or equivalent and a record of outstanding promise or achievement. New recruits will work alongside existing faculty and trainees with strong programmes in cancer signaling, genomics, bioinformatics, cell biology, and stem cell biology. Opportunities also exist for translational studies in collaboration with world-class clinical services including the Singapore General Hospital and National Cancer Centre Singapore, as well as other Research Institutes and Universities across the island. More information about CSCB faculty, facilities and research programmes can be found at www.duke-nus.edu.sg/cscb/.
Faculty positions at Duke-NUS include full salary support and generous start-up research funding, to be supplemented by competitive grant awards.
For full consideration, interested candidates should submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15th, 2018, a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a summary of research accomplishments and outline of future plans. Candidates applying for the Assistant Professor position are requested to additionally arrange to have three letters of reference sent in support of their application.
S. Tiong ONG, Chair,
Faculty Search Committee
Programme in Cancer and Stem Cell Biology
Duke-NUS Medical School