Assistant Professor, Protein Design
Tenure-Track Position in Protein Design
As part of a major expansion, the University of Utah Department of Biochemistry is searching for multiple talented new investigators as Assistant Professors in the tenure-track. Candidates at more senior levels may also be considered. Our overall goal is to achieve transformative excellence in the molecular life sciences by recruiting innovative colleagues to our collaborative community. The focus of this particular search is Protein Design, especially at the computational/experimental interface. Opportunities exist for considerable synergy with institutional initiatives in Cancer, Chemical Biology, Inflammation/Infection/Immunity, Metabolism, Neuroscience, and Translational Research. The starting date is flexible. Applications will be reviewed as they are received starting from October 15. The position will remain open until filled.
Contact person: Diana Mills, email@example.com
Please apply online at: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/95581 and upload a cover letter, current CV, and Research Statement. Reference letters will be solicited after an initial screening process.
This position has no patient contact.
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Salary commensurate with experience.