Independent Fellow positions available
July 6, 2011 § Leave a comment
Our friends at the FAS Center for Systems Biology (on Harvard’s main campus) are recruiting — please spread the word!
Harvard University’s FAS Center for Systems Biology seeks outstanding applicants for two Bauer Fellow positions.
The FAS Center for Systems Biology is an intensively collaborative, interdisciplinary center, where scientists from a wide variety of backgrounds study cellular pathways and networks, with the goal of finding general principles underlying the structure, behavior and evolution of cells and organisms. The Bauer Fellows are independent researchers, usually straight out of a PhD, who receive funding to run a small research group. Bauer Fellows are appointed for a three-year term, with the expectation that it will be extended by two years after review. More information about the Bauer Fellows program and these positions can be found here.
We are accepting applications until Sept 30, 2011. Two positions are available. Please note that references must also be received by Sept 30, since the initial selection process will start immediately afterwards. Interviews will take place on Nov 16 – 18, 2011.
Please submit a curriculum vitae, research proposal (up to 5 pages), summary of previous research accomplishments (up to 2 pages), and PDFs of up to 3 publications. All files must be submitted electronically in PDF or Word format. During the application process you will be asked to give the e-mail addresses of at least three colleagues who have agreed to write letters of recommendation for you. For further questions about the fellow search please contact Bodo Stern at firstname.lastname@example.org. Successful candidates can start their position in early 2012.
Applications from, or nominations of, women and minority candidates are encouraged. Harvard University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.