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Faculty Position at the Marine Biological Laboratory

Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Competitive salary with excellent benefits
Closing date
Oct 11, 2022

Job Details

The Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts announces a search for a new faculty position in the Eugene Bell Center, with particular interest in candidates who utilize emerging or established marine and aquatic organisms to investigate fundamental questions in areas such as cell and developmental biology, functional genomics, neuroscience and behavior, regenerative biology or tissue engineering. Preference will be given to appointments at the Assistant Scientist rank. 

For more information about the MBL and the Bell Center, see and The MBL, an affiliate of the University of Chicago, has a distinguished history in fundamental biological discovery and education, facilitated by a strong community of affiliated scientists from academic institutions around the world. Candidates will be able to leverage the strengths of these affiliations, as well as MBL initiatives in developing new research organisms and imaging technologies, to advance their research programs.


The MBL is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and strongly encourages applications from candidates who would contribute to the diversity of its research community. Those interested in the position should submit an application, including a CV (any format), research statement (3-5 pages), teaching statement (1-2 pages), and diversity statement (1-2 pages), as well as the names and contact information of at least three references to Academic Jobs Online:

For full consideration applications should be submitted by October 1, 2022.



The MBL is an international center for research, education, and training in biology, biomedicine, and environmental science. The oldest private marine laboratory in the country, the MBL has a year-round staff of more than 270 scientists and support personnel working in such fields as cell, developmental, and regenerative biology, ecology, microbiology, genetics and metagenomics, neurobiology, sensory biology, and biodiversity informatics. Each summer, an additional 1,700 scientists and advanced students from around the world come to the MBL to study and conduct research. The MBL’s educational program, which offers seven major summer courses and approximately twenty special topics courses throughout the year, plays a significant role in training the world's biologists and environmental scientists.

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