Staff Scientific Research
Opportunities - Pathway Engineering
and Plant Genomics
The Genomics Division at Berkeley Lab invites
applications for career scientist positions at
the DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI, www.jgi.
doe.gov). We are seeking individuals to direct
cutting edge research programs one in pathway
engineering, and the second in plant genomics.
These positions are open to both established
researchers as well as early career investigators
who have demonstrated outstanding promise
and creative ability.
The JGI is a large-scale genome science facility
supported by the US Department of Energy with
an emphasis on topics related to energy and
environmental issues. The selected individuals
will receive support for their research program
as well as have access to the JGI’s large-scale capabilities including those in genomics,
computational biology, and DNA synthesis. Will
be expected to develop a strong independent
research program as well as interface with
ongoing activities at the institute. In addition
they will have the opportunity to participate in
large multidisciplinary research programs in
collaboration with scientists throughout the
JGI, LBNL, and the neighboring University of
California, Berkeley campus.
How to Apply: To apply, please go to
http://bit.ly/LBL77313Science and locate
“Staff Scientist”. Then follow the application
instructions. Please include a CV, summary of
research interests, and references.
For informal inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Berkeley Lab is an
the development of a
Postdoctoral position with a CNRS
laboratory at Paris Descartes
University for a project relating
structure to function in mouse
visual cortex using state-of-the-art
technology in optogenetics, imaging
Competitive salary is provided
initially for one year with possibility
of renewal, with a start date no later
than June 2014. The candidate must
have extensive experience in either in
vivo patch clamp electrophysiology
or in vivo 2-photon imaging.
The position is in a collaborative
interdisciplinary environment; in
particular a strong interest in working
with theorists towards modelling
cortical networks is encouraged.
Please send CV, motivation letter
and 2-3 reference letters to Dr Lyle
Graham at email@example.com-
DIRECTOR OF RENEW
Research and Education in eNergy, Environment and Water
The University at Buffalo (UB), The State University of New York, is seeking an outstanding researcher, scholar and vi-
sionary leader to serve as the Inaugural Director of the newly launched signature UB RENEW Institute, a comprehensive,
multidisciplinary organization dedicated to research and education on globally pressing problems in energy, environment,
and water. To lead the development of UB RENEW most effectively, the Director, in addition to having outstanding re-
search credentials in an appropriate area, will also have a successful track record of developing and leading interdis-
ciplinary teams. As well as expanding his/her own research program, the Director will lead the hiring of approximately
20 UB RENEW faculty and their integration with the existing 100 faculty, and programs and departments across the
Schools of Architecture and Planning, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Law, Management and Public Health and
Health Professions, and the College of Arts and Sciences.
UB RENEW is a central component of the Realizing UB 2020 Initiative, which is focused on building UB s reputation
as a leader in research, scholarship and innovation in the global community of scholars, and consequently it will be established with a significant university investment. UB RENEW will increase the visibility and stature of UB by integrating
its activities with those of community partners and parallel efforts across the 64-campus SUNY system, including participation in the SUN Y Network of Excellence in Energy, Environment, Economics, and Education.
The Director will serve as the executive officer responsible for the overall management of UB RENEW, and in this capacity
will report to the Vice President for Research and Economic Development. She/He will hold the highest level of academic
appointment, potentially in multiple departments or schools, and will work with faculty and university leadership to attract
additional external support from granting agencies, foundations, and private donors. Candidates should thus have a track
record of productive and well-funded basic and/or applied research and demonstrated ability in working collaboratively within
the academy, and also with state and local governments, not-for-profit organizations, and the business community.
For more information on this opportunity go to:
Review of applications will begin March 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. The search will be conducted
in strict confidence until finalists participate in campus visits. References will not be contacted without the prior knowledge and approval of the candidates.
To apply, please submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, statements of teaching philosophy and research goals
along with the names and contact information for five references. Further enquiries, applications or nominations should
be addressed to: Bruce D. McCombe, SUNY Distinguished Professor, and Chair, UB RENEW Director Search
Committee, 516 Capen Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York 14260, UBfirstname.lastname@example.org.
All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply including women, minorities, persons with disabilities and disabled veterans. University at Buffalo is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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