The National University of Singapore (NUS) invites applications from outstanding scholars for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor/ Professor in the Department of Anatomy. The Department is currently engaged in the following research programs: (a) Neuroscience and (b) Cancer Biology.
The successful appointee must be able to compete for independent research funding and is required to participate in undergraduate level teaching of medical and science students. Appointee are expected to collaborate with Clinician Scientist for translational research and supervise Graduate Students.
Applicants should hold a Ph.D. degree with post-doctoral research experience preferably in neuroscience / glia biology / developmental biology / stem cell biology.
Excellence in teaching and programmatic research is expected for senior appointments.
Evidence of excellence in research to be demonstrated by high-quality research papers in leading journals in the field and through strong letters of references of high international standing.
Interested candidates should send their resume, research plan, teaching portfolios and names of six referees to:
About Department of Anatomy, National University of Singapore (NUS)
A leading global university centred in Asia, theNational University of Singapore (NUS) wasfounded in 1905 as a modest medical college with23 students. Today, Singapore’s flagship universityspans three campuses in Kent Ridge, Bukit Timahand Outram, and is widely seen as among the bestuniversities in Asia and the world.NUS offers a distinctively Asian and globalexperience that is grounded in maximis...ing thepotential of students and their future-readiness,and broad-based research excellence that enablesbeneficial translation.Renowned for pioneering new models ofeducation, the University is also highly regardedfor the hallmark rigour and breadth of its academicprogrammes, innovative entrepreneurshipeducation, and experiential learning.At NUS, we aim to change the way you think anddo things.http://www.nus.edu.sg/