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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor

Westlake Center for Genome Editing, Westlake University
competitive salary and benefits package
Closing date
14 Jul 2024

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Biomedicine, Health Science, Life Science
Job Type
Principal Investigator, Professor
Employment - Hours
Full time
Fixed term

Westlake Center for Genome Editing is an established research center at Westlake University, aiming to develop novel technologies for genome editing applications.

Westlake Center for Genome Editing seeks exceptional scholars in the following areas:

  • Novel genome editing approaches
  • Delivery systems for genome editing
  • Genome editing at the organismal level
  • Genome editing-related DNA damage repair


In addition to the above-mentioned directions, we encourage interdisciplinary research and welcomes talents from all disciplines to join!!

Faculty positions are opened at levels of Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor.

  • Each faculty member is provided with an internationally competitive start-up package to ensure maximum academic freedom and to encourage creativity and risk-taking. The package includes long-term research funding, ample laboratory space, access to state-of-the-art research facilities, excellent technical and administrative support.
  • All faculty members at Westlake Center for Genome Editing receive an internationally competitive salary and benefits package that includes a generous housing allowance and a premium medical care plan.

Candidates interested in our positions can contact us directly, please send the following documents in PDF format to or ,  and indicate “Position title + Name”.

  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum vitae with a complete list of publications
  • Statement of research interest and plan (3 pages)
  • Three letters of reference (to be submitted directly by the referees)

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