UC Irvine - Systems Biology:Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty Positions

The University of California, Irvine is renewing its recruiting initiative in Systems Biology.

Two positions are available this year, for which candidates will be considered from all areas of Systems Biology, including biological networks, regulatory dynamics and control, spatial dynamics and morphogenesis, synthetic biology, and mathematical and computational biology. Applications are being solicited at the Assistant Professor level, and appointment can be made in any of several departments, including Developmental and Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Computer Science, and Statistics. Applications at the Associate and Full Professor level will also be considered, with appointment being subject to the availability of funds.

The successful applicant is expected to conduct a strong research program and to contribute to the teaching of undergraduate and graduate students. Systems Biology research and training at UCI is fostered by several interdisciplinary research units, an NIGMS National Center for Systems Biology, and Ph.D. training programs in Bioinformatics, and Mathematical and Computational Biology (for more information, see http://ccbs.bio.uci.edu). Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, bibliography, three letters of reference, and statements of research and teaching interests using the on-line recruitment system (see instructions at http://ccbs.bio.uci.edu or https://recruit.ap.uci.edu, under “Institutes and Centers”). To receive full consideration, material should be received by December 10, 2010.

The University of California, Irvine is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity, and strongly encourages applications from all qualified applicants, including women and minorities. UCI is responsive to the needs of dual career couples, is dedicated to work-life balance through an array of family-friendly policies, and is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE Award for gender equity.