For those interested, we welcome plant biologists to apply.
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON seeks applicants for TWO full-time tenure track Assistant Professors in Biology or related fields to begin September 1, 2016. The successful applicants are expected to establish externally funded research programs, direct the research of students at the doctoral, masters and undergraduate levels, and interact with a dynamic group of biologists spanning several disciplines. The successful candidates will establish their lab in the newly built Integrated Science Complex. Commitment to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels is expected.
Applicants must have a PhD and have professional experience. Application materials must be submitted online at the links below. Please include a statement of teaching, research interests and goals, curriculum vitae, and 3-5 representative reprints. Applicants should also include contact information for three references.
For further information, visit the Biology Department website at http://www.umb.edu/academics/csm/biology, or contact the Chair of the appropriate search committee. Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. The University of Massachusetts Boston provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY:
We are particularly interested in those whose research will complement our existing strengths in cell, microbial, and developmental biology. Applications are welcome from candidates who utilize creative experimental approaches utilizing molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, and genomics, including candidates whose research area is in model systems.
For further information contact Linda Huang (linda.huang from umb.edu<mailto:linda.huang from umb.edu>).
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY:
This individual should be well versed in evolutionary and ecological theory, and special preference will be given to investigators conducting research in the area of global change evolution. Applications are particularly welcome from candidates who use creative molecular, experimental, comparative, paleontological, or theoretical approaches to study the evolutionary responses of living organisms to global changes, but candidates working in any area of evolutionary biology are welcome to apply.
For further information contact Liam Revell (liam.revell from umb.edu<mailto:liam.revell from umb.edu>) or Ron Etter (ron.etter from umb.edu<mailto:ron.etter from umb.edu>).
Associate Professor of Biology
Email: adan.colon-carmona from umb.edu<mailto:adan.colon-carmona from umb.edu>
Office phone: 617-287-6680