Faculty Position in Immunology

National University of Singapore
Singapore (SG)
November 18 2021
Organization Type
All Industry



National University of Singapore

Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

Immunology Translational Research Programme

Faculty Position in Immunology

Are you searching for a faculty position in a dynamic, well-equipped and collaborative environment for immunological research? The Immunology Translational Research programme at the National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine is accepting applications across a variety of positions in Immunology ranging from tenure track Assistants to Full Professors.

The major objective of the Immunology Translational Research programme is to understand the role of the immune system in health and diseases as well as its regulation. The goal is to enable the discovery and development of more effective immunotherapy, new treatment guidelines and diagnostic tests for patients with disease-specific problems (such as autoimmune and airway diseases, cancer, chronic inflammation, infections and organ/tissue transplantation). Our diverse team of excellent scientists and clinicians from our neighboring hospital, The National University Hospital, and our cutting-edge technology platforms create a dynamic environment enabling fundamental and translational research and training.

We now seek to expand our faculty team to complement our existing fortes and to develop new innovative research programmes in any field within all areas of fundamental and translational Immunology.

Qualified candidates for Professor, Associate Professor or Assistant Professor should have a PhD, MD (or equivalent medical degree), or MD/PhD and an established track record in research that is internationally competitive for their career stage. Candidates for Assistant Professor should have strong postdoctoral records and evidence of their potential for development of an independent, cutting edge research programme. Candidates should have an interest in teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

The compensation package is internationally competitive. In addition to salary, performance bonuses are payable for excellence in research, teaching and service, subject to annual review. Successful candidates can expect a generous startup package along with first-class laboratory and core facilities. Clinically qualified appointees can expect to receive a specialist allowance.

Interested candidates should send their application containing: a cover letter, curriculum vitae,  at least 3 referees, and 3 one-page summaries of research, teaching accomplishments, and future research plans to:

Associate Professor Veronique Angeli

Director of Immunology Translational Research Programme,

National University of Singapore

Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

Centre for Life Science, 28 Medical Drive,

Singapore 117456



Email: tserene@nus.edu.sg

(Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)

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