Tenure track assistant professor in Life Science Engineering
Candidates with approaches from synthetic biology, systems biology, computational biology, cellular and tissue engineering, biomaterials, functional genomics, proteomics and metabolomics will be considered. Thematic links to research topics at the Institutes of the School of Life Sciences (e.g. cancer, infection, immunology, metabolism, neuroscience, neurorehabilitation) are encouraged.
The candidate will teach in the Life Sciences Engineering curriculum, thus the ability of the candidate to teach STEM subjects and/or bioengineering topics will be a key selection criterion.
The screening will start on 15 December 2023.
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