Assistant, Associate or Full Professor (tenure-track)
The University at Buffalo Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics, in
conjunction with the Department of Biostatistics in the newly formed
School of Public Health and Health Professions, at the University at
Buffalo, is seeking applicants at the level of assistant, associate or
full professor to fill a 12-month tenure-track hard money position. The
successful candidate will have expertise in statistical genetics.
Examples of research interests sought include gene mapping,
genomics/genetics, pharmacogenomics and drug design, molecular
evolution, population and quantitative genetics, comparative genomics,
DNA sequence and microarray analysis, development of computational tools
for genome and proteome database mining, metabonomics and clustering and
pattern recognition methodologies.
The UB Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics, with research partners
Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Hauptman Woodward Institute, forms the
cornerstone of the Buffalo Life Sciences Complex (BLSC) to be located on
the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in downtown Buffalo. The
groundbreaking research of the UB Center and its BLSC partners is
expected to transform the Buffalo Niagara region into an international
leader in biomedicine, biotechnology and advances in health care.
Potential exists for a wide variety of areas of collaboration, including
cancer, chronic disease, epidemiology, environmental health,
pharmaceutics, womens health, clinical trials, oral health, and many
other areas. The salary range and start-up package for this position is
highly competitive, and is dependent upon rank.
Interested parties should submit a CV, description of research and
teaching interests, names of 3 references, and 3 recent reprints to:
The University at Buffalo is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action