Faculty Positions at National Taiwan University

Faculty Positions at National Taiwan University

National Taiwan University (NTU)

Taipei, Taiwan

The Department of Biochemical Science and Technology, College of Life Science, National Taiwan University is inviting applications for three faculty positions at Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Full Professor level beginning on August 1, 2019. The holders of the positions are required to teach Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, Biochemistry or Nutrition Science, and the corresponding laboratory courses.

The potential candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree and the preference will be given to those with postdoctoral and teaching experiences. The applicants should focus on the basic and translational research regarding health, medicine or food security, such as, but not limited to, microbiota, nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics, applied nutritional sciences, plant biochemistry and biotechnology, preventive and precision medicine, or synthetic biology. In the cover letter, the applicants should indicate their primary teaching area or state the priority if there is more than one qualified area, and designate one to three research papers published after August 1, 2014 as representative publication(s). The applicants should combine and convert the cover letter, curriculum vitae, diploma and working experience certificate, teaching plan, research proposal, publication list, and publication reprints (published after August 1, 2012) into a single PDF file, and send it to the Faculty Searching Committee ( ntubst@ntu.edu.tw ) by November 30, 2018. Please also arrange three references to send the letter of recommendation directly to the e-mail address above before the deadline. Contact information: Tel: +886-2-33662279, Fax: +886-2-33662271, Website: http://www.bst.ntu.edu.tw.


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Faculty Positions at National Taiwan University