Tenure-Track Position in Cell Biology Available
The Department of Biological Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University is seeking applicants for a tenure-track, 9-month, Assistant Professor Cell and Molecular Biologist (Biomedical) position, beginning August 15, 2019. Teaching responsibilities will include courses in the department’s undergraduate Biology and Biomedical Sciences programs (BS) and graduate degree (MS) program. Primary courses to be taught are introductory Biology and upper level Biomedical courses. Courses will be assigned based on the candidate’s expertise and departmental needs, which may include sequenced anatomy and physiology, along with, molecular biology. The typical teaching load is 12 hours per semester, but new faculty can expect to teach 9 hours per semester during their first year. The successful candidate will establish an active cell and molecular biology research laboratory (BSL 2 level or lower) and mentor undergraduate and graduate (MS) students. Areas of research may include, but are not limited to, developmental biology, microbiology, stem cell biology, viral pathogenesis, aging, metabolism and cell cycle regulation. Candidates will also be expected to participate in pre-professional advising of Biomedical Science majors. Review of applicants will begin February 1, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. Candidate must hold a PhD in a biology-related field, and post-doctoral experience is preferred. For detail regarding facilities, equipment, and space directed toward research, contact Dr. Lindsay Calderon, Search Committee Chair. All interested applicants must apply at the following link: https://jobs.eku.edu/postings/9077.
Dr. Lindsay Calderon
Published on January 18, 2019