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Professor in Molecular Biology

 
University of Geneva
Faculty of Sciences

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WorkplaceGeneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
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Position
Job StartAugust 1st, 2020

The Faculty of Sciences of the University of Geneva invites applications for the position of

TENURE-TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, or ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, or FULL PROFESSOR in Molecular Biology

"Our department is one of the oldest molecular biology departments In the world, where restriction enzymes were first discovered. The research activities of the Department of Molecular Biology address several important areas of molecular and cellular biology."

Your Tasks


This full-time position will involve undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the broad field of molecular biology, as well as supervising Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral Theses. The incumbent will undertake research in this area at the highest national and international levels and secure external funding. He/She will also take up administrative and organizational duties within the Department of Molecular Biology and the Faculty of Sciences.

Requirements

PhD degree or equivalent, strong postdoctoral research experience and publications record in leading international journals.

Contact and Address

Applications must have a motivation letter, detailed CV, publications list, summary of future research interests, copy of the highest diploma (Ph.D.) and the names of 3 references.

Application deadline March 31, 2019.

Online application only, at https://jobs.unige.ch/

For more information visit our website: www.molbio.unige.ch, or contact scienceopeningsunige.ch.

The University of Geneva is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from female candidates

This advertisement is available at: https://jobs.unige.ch/

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