Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute Bethesda, Maryland
TENURE-ELIGIBLE/TENURE-TRACK PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS
The Laboratory of Genome Integrity (LGI), Center for Cancer Research (CCR), National Cancer Institute (NCI), is accepting applications
to fill Principal Investigator positions at the Tenure-Track or Tenured levels. The laboratory focuses on understanding the pathways that
maintain genomic integrity, the intersection of these pathways with normal cellular physiology and cancer, as well as the application of
these insights to translational research. The LGI is led by Dr. Andre Nussenzweig and is located on the campus of the NIH in Bethesda,
MD. To learn more about the laboratory, please visit the LGI’s website: http://ccr.cancer.gov/staff/staff.asp?Name=nussenzweig.
We are seeking candidates whose research programs address basic biological problems and who have demonstrated excellence, originality,
and productivity in research in the areas of biochemistry, and cellular and molecular biology. We are especially interested in applicants
using innovative approaches to solve key questions in the areas of aging, DNA repair, chromosome and/or genome function.
Candidates must have a Ph.D., or M.D. degree or equivalent doctoral degree in a relevant field with post-doctoral experience and a proven
ability to conduct innovative research. The incumbent will receive research support for developing a state-of-the-art laboratory that includes
sufficient space, equipment, and supply budget in order to sustain a research program. Salary is commensurate with research experience
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae including a list of publications, a brief statement of research accomplishments and future plans, and request three letters of recommendation to be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of
applications will begin on or about by January 15, 2013.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. This position is not restricted to U.S. citizens only.
DHHS and NIH are Equal Opportunity Employers
The Florida State University
Strategic Faculty Recruitment in Materials for Energy Production, Conversion, Storage and Utilization
The President and the Provost of the Florida State University are pleased to announce a major interdisciplinary initiative in the area of Energy and Materials
with an initial focus on materials for energy production, conversion, storage and utilization. To launch this strategic effort as many as eight tenure-track/tenured
faculty positions will be filled. This faculty search is open with respect to rank and academic department. Successful candidates are expected to have a synergistic
impact on existing research programs in the University’s departments and interdisciplinary centers as well as develop new areas. Sustained pursuit and growth
of collaborative, externally-funded research programs is an explicit goal.
Strengths at the Florida State University include energy-related materials programs in Chemistry, Physics, and Scientific Computing in the College of Arts and
Sciences, and in Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing, Electrical & Computer, and Chemical & Biomedical Engineering in the College of Engineering.
Complementing these programs are interactive centers including the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the Applied Superconductivity Center, the High
Performance Materials Institute, the Aero-Propulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center, and the Center for Advanced Power Systems. Linking these colleges
and centers is a new Ph.D. program in Materials Science and Engineering. Robust, department-based doctoral programs in materials and related areas are also
present at the University.
The Florida State University is classified as a very high research activity, doctorate-granting institution with a student population approaching 41,000. Last year the
University granted over 400 doctoral degrees and had more than $220M in research expenditures. In recent years, the University has made considerable investments
in research infrastructure in the sciences and engineering disciplines. The University is located in Tallahassee, the Capital of Florida, where residents have access
to a broad range of cultural amenities afforded by the presence of three institutions of higher learning. The region is relatively undeveloped with close proximity
to the Apalachicola National Forest, an abundance of springs, lakes and rivers as well as pristine beaches and the adjacent waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
We invite nominations for and applications from researchers active in broadly-defined areas of materials for energy production, conversion, storage and utilization
including theory, computation, synthesis, fundamental materials characterization, devices and testing and proof of concept and prototype. Successful candidates
will be offered highly competitive salaries and start-up packages, state-of-the-art research space and access to world-class instrumentation, computing and facilities in academic and interdisciplinary units.
Applicants are asked to provide in .pdf format a letter of application, a full curriculum vitae, the names and contact information of three professional references
and a two page narrative describing their research interests that should include a clear statement as to how the candidate would complement this inter-college
effort at Florida State University. Full applications must be sent electronically to email@example.com. Nominations should be sent to the same address.
Review of applications and nominations will begin on December 1, 2012. Additional information about the materials programs at FSU and this faculty search
can be obtained at http://www.research.fsu.edu/materials_search/.
The Florida State University is committed to the diversity of its faculty, staff, and students, and to sustaining a work and learning environment that is inclusive.