Tufts University, Department of Biomedical Engineering – seeks
candidates for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate
Professor level, with rank determined by experience and accomplishments.
Truly exceptional senior candidates may also be considered for
appointment at the rank of Full Professor. Preference will be given to
candidates whose research interests involve regenerative medicine,
medical imaging, and biomedical optics, but all areas of biomedical
engineering will be considered. The successful candidate will join an
active department that offers B.S., M.E., M.S. and Ph.D. programs,
and thus must demonstrate the potential to develop an outstanding,
internationally recognized research program, excel in teaching, and
develop strong interschool collaborations. Teaching responsibilities
include graduate and undergraduate courses. A doctorate is required and
postdoctoral experience is desirable. Additional information about the
department can be found at engineering.tufts.edu/bme/.
Interested applicants should send their Curriculum Vitae, cover letter,
research plan, and names of three references to:
Faculty Search Committee
Department of Biomedical Engineering
4 Colby Street
Medford, MA 02155
Evaluation of candidates will begin at the end of October 2014 and
continue until the position is Plled.
Tufts University is an Affrmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer. We are committed to increasing the diversity of our faculty.
Applications from women and members of underrepresented groups
are strongly encouraged.
The David Starr Jordan Prize
For Innovative Contributions
to the Study of
Evolution, Ecology, Population and
In 1986, Cornell, Indiana and Stanford Universities established a joint
endowment to fund a prize in honor of David Starr Jordan, a scientist,
educator and institution builder, who had enormous infuence on higher
education in the United States and important ties to each of these universities. The prize is international in scope and presented approximately every
three years to a young scientist (not over the age of 40 at the deadline for
nomination, or if over 40, less than 10 years since receiving the Ph.D.).
The intent of this prize is to recognize young scientists who are making
novel innovative contributions in one or more areas of Jordan’s interest:
evolution, ecology, population and organismal biology, and who are likely
to redirect the principal foci of their felds. In addition to a $20,000 cash
award, the recipient will receive a commemorative medal, will attend
an awards ceremony, visit each of the sponsoring institutions and give
scholarly presentations of his/her work. The selection of the prize winner
will be made by a committee composed of representatives from each of
the three institutions. This year the award ceremony will be held at Indiana
Nominations forms are posted on the David Starr Jordan Prize Website
( www.davidstarrjordan.org). Nomination forms with supporting materials
should be submitted electronically. Questions should be directed to:
Department of Biology
1001 E. Third Street, JH 127
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812-855-6283 - FAX 812-855-6705 - email email@example.com)
All nomination materials must be received prior to September 15, 2014.
For more information including a list of previous prize winners and their
accomplishments, visit: www.davidstarrjordan.org
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