H. C. (Paul) LEE

Institute for Systems Biology and Bioinformatics

National Central University

Faculty Positions

Assistant/Associate/Full Professors

The new Institute for Systems Biology and Bioinformatics at the National Central University is seeking several faculty members.

Life science at the National Central University is undergoing rapid expansion. The Department of Life Science moved to its own new building at the beginning of 2005, the Center for Biotechnology and Biomedical Engineering begins operation in the Fall of 2005 and ISBB will have its first Master's and PhD degrees graduate students in 2006.

Candidates for faculty positions at ISBB must have a Ph.D. degree in fields relevant to systems biology and demonstrated strong teaching and research abilities, and can qualify for the ranks of assistant, associate, or full professor. Candidates with an interdisciplinary background involving biology, computer or natural science, and those engaged in high throughput wet-bench or micro-array based experiments are encouraged to apply.

The successful candidate will teach graduate level courses relevant to systems biology and bioinformatics, supervise graduate students and conduct independent research supported by externally applied research grants.

Applicants please send in electronic format C.V., list of publications, and three reference letters or names of three references with contact information to: Prof. HC Lee, Bioscience Search Committee, College of Sciences, National Central University, Jhungli, Taiwan 320, ROC (Email: hclee@phy.ncu.edu.tw). Please quote ``Subject: NCU Bioscience Recruitment''.

Computational Biology Laboratory

BIOPHYSICS, BIOCOMPUTING & BIOINFORMATICS

Postdoctoral Fellows

Non-tenure track, one-year or two-year term positions with possibility for extension. Candidate should have a PhD degree in physics, biology or related interdisciplinary fields. See What do we do? for the fields of research we are engaged in. Candidate should have strong ability for analysis, a solid understanding of statistics and be conversant with computers. Compensation based on standard National Science Council regulations. Applicants please send letter including CV, list of publication and names of two references to CBL Secretary at ccs@phy.ncu.edu.tw.


H. C. (Paul) LEE