Biology

T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biology of Aging

Funded by the NIH/NIA, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Geriatrics, Biology of Aging and Age Related Diseases T32 training grant focuses on the basic mechanisms of aging, preventative interventions, and clinical problems encountered by older adults. At the University of Wisconsin (UW) – Madison, this grant provides career development for exceptional postdoctoral scholars through mentored training with our 35 mentors, the Biology of Aging Seminar series, and conferences.

Katharine H. Putnam Fellowships in Plant Science

The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University invites applicants for research fellowships in plant science. Putnam Fellowships offer excellent opportunities for advanced research and study using the Arboretum’s living collections of woody plants. Scientists with a PhD and who have identified an independent research project that would utilize the Arboretum’s living collections are encouraged to apply.

Biological Sciences Adjunct Instructor (Anatomy and Physiology)

Posting Number: F00644

Salary: $59.70-$84.36 per hour

Description of Position:
The Los Medanos College Biology Department seeks an enthusiastic teacher to become part of our adjunct instructional faculty. Currently, we are looking to staff a section of Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (Bio Sc 30), which is a 4 unit course and includes 3 hours per week of lab. We are also looking to staff a section of Human Physiology (Bio Sc 45), which is a 5 unit course and includes 6 hours per week of lab.

Postdoctoral Fellowships in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

The American Museum of Natural History seeks highly qualified applicants for two postdoctoral positions for its Gerstner Postdoctoral Scholars program in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. The 2019-20 application cycle includes a special opportunity for applicants who want to pursue comparative biology research relevant to human health or biomedicine.

Assistant/Associate Professor - Physiology

This full-time faculty position will be filled at the assistant or associate professor level, non-tenure or tenure track dependent on qualifications, with primary curricular and teaching responsibilities within the College of Medicine in the Department of Integrative Medical Sciences. Teaching responsibilities in the medical physiology curriculum with an emphasis on respiratory, cardiovascular, and renal function. The position requires understanding and oversight of curriculum content, evaluation and performance outcomes.

Joint Faculty Position Open Rank (Tenured/ Tenure Track) Center For Neural Science & Center For Data Science

The Center for Data Science (CDS) and the Center for Neural Science (CNS) invite applications for an open rank joint faculty position, anticipated to begin September 2020, subject to administrative and budgetary approval. Appointments may be made at either junior or senior level. We seek exceptional candidates that can carry out research programs aimed at quantitative analysis and modeling of neural data, and developing related data science tools and methods, leveraging existing strengths of CNS and CDS.