25th August 2019 : Postdoc – Interface of Physics and Biology – Princeton/City University of New York

Postdoc Positions at the Interface of Physics and Biology

The Center for the Physics of Biological Function (CPBF), a joint effort
between Princeton University and The Graduate Center of the City
University of New York, is continuing its effort to strengthen research
and teaching at the interface of physics and biology. We are searching
for Center Fellows, both theorists and experimentalists. Fellows will
join our highly interactive group, with interests ranging from the
dynamics of single molecules to neural computation, and from biochemical
and genetic networks to collective behavior in populations.

Fellows must have recently completed their Ph.D.s in a relevant field,
and should be prepared to take advantage of the full collaborative
research and monitoring opportunities in the Center. Rank and salary
will be determined based on experience and qualifications. Appointments
are for one year, with the expectation of reappointment pending
satisfactory performance and continued funding, up to a total of three
years. We expect new Fellows to join us for the Fall semester of 2020;
start dates as early as February 2020 are possible. *For fullest
consideration, all application materials should be received by October
15, 2019.*

Candidates selected for an interview will participate in symposia on
November 18-19 and December 9-10, 2019, in Princeton, with opportunities
to visit The Graduate Center as well. Applicants are asked to reserve
these dates.

Applicants must apply online

and submit a cover letter, CV including publications, and contact
information for three references.





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