Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Molecular and Computational Biology
The Molecular and Computational Biology Section of the Department of Biological Sciences, Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the University of Southern California, intends to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor. We are seeking an accomplished and innovative scientist, who combines experimental and in silico approaches to pursue large-scale cellular, genomic and proteomic research. Specifically, we aim to broaden our scope in systems biology, developmental genomics, and the innovation of novel genomics techniques. However, we will also consider other research areas, in which combined use of computational and experimental approaches is required. Candidates should have a Ph.D. and have demonstrated the ability or potential to conduct independent research in the aforementioned areas and to attract external research funding. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2018. Applicants should submit, in a single pdf file, a curriculum vita, a cover letter, research and teaching statements, and the contact information of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. We request that the cover letter discusses how your research, teaching, mentoring, or service addresses USC’s commitment to diversity and inclusion in the STEM fields (https://diversity.usc.edu/). In order to be considered for this position, applicants are also required to submit an electronic USC application at: https://usccareers.usc.edu/job/los-angeles/assistant-professor-of-biological-sciences/1209/9610921 .
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