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Title Faculty Position at Institute of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology, NTU
OfficeCollege of Bioresources and Agriculture--Graduate Institute of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology
TIME2024/3/14 下午 02:24:57
Content Graduate Institute of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology of the School of Veterinary Medicine at the National Taiwan University (NTU) has an open faculty position in veterinary pathology, laboratory animal science, or livestock & wildlife disease diagnosis, starting on February 1, 2025. The successful candidate can either be a Ph.D./and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) with at least 2 years of these positions-related clinical/specialist training experience, or a Ph.D./with at least 2 years of postdoctoral experience. The candidate must provide a published paper in an SCI-listed journal, with the candidate listed as the first or corresponding author, published after February 1, 2020, as the representative publication. The candidate will be expected to teach veterinary pathology and molecular pathobiology and participate in veterinary pathology, laboratory animal science, or livestock & wildlife disease diagnosis related teaching and services. The position will be at the assistant to full professor level, based on the candidate’s qualifications.
To apply, candidates should send a curriculum vita, photocopies of their ID or passport, degree diploma, and three letters of recommendation to huijenn@ntu.edu.tw and ntuvmnewsletter@gmail.com. The application should also include the representative publication, verification of co-authors’ contributions, additional publications from the past 7 years (since February 1, 2018), a publication list, and the title and the outline of courses to be offered. The deadline for application is July 10, 2024. Inquiries should be directed to Miss Chen at huijenn@ntu.edu.tw or by phone at 886-2-33663762 or fax at 886-2-23661475. The position will be subjected to the promotion regulations set by the College of Bioresources and Agriculture at NTU. The NTU School of Veterinary Medicine website can be accessed at http://www.vm.ntu.edu.tw/.
National Taiwan University is a top-ranked university in Taiwan with an excellent academic atmosphere. The university, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, and School of Veterinary Medicine provide funding for new faculties to set up their laboratory and office space comfortably. The College of Veterinary Medicine includes the Institute of Veterinary Medicine, the Institute of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology, and the Institute of Veterinary Clinical Science, providing many different research cooperation opportunities. It is a friendly and high-quality work environment for research and teaching.
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