Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Computational Biology, University of North Dakota

Posted 12/3/2018

The Department of Biology at the University of North Dakota invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Computational Biology starting 16 August 2019. The university has identified several focus areas of research known as the Grand Challenges (https://und.edu/research/grand-challenges/index.html) and this position is at the intersection of two: Health and Biomedical Sciences and Big Data. The successful candidate will take advantage of existing groups working in Epigenetics and Integrative Systems Biology and will strengthen research in those areas by  using or developing mathematical and/or computational methods for analyzing complex biological systems (e.g., modeling, machine learning, data mining, statistics, bioinformatics). Candidates must have a Ph.D. in computational biology or a related discipline to minimally qualify. The successful candidate will have experience using/developing mathematical and/or computation methods for data analysis, multi-scale modeling, collaborating with diverse faculty, and working with graduate students in research. Evidence of ability to develop a funded research program and contribute to the undergraduate program are also preferred. Search chair Turk Rhen turk.rhen@und.edu.

For full consideration applications must be received by 15 January 2019. Additional details about the position and a link for submitting application materials can be found here

UND is an AA/EEO/Vets/Disabled employer.

Last Updated 12/03/2018