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Director Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience (Assistant, Associate, Professor)

University of Florida
Saint Augustine, Florida
Closing date
Dec 15, 2023

The Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience (, a multidisciplinary research institute of the University of Florida (UF), is recruiting a new Director with a bold and inclusive vision for the future of Marine Bioscience.

Whitney research faculty are known for state-of-the-art research programs using marine organisms to address fundamental questions from neuroscience to evolution; from cell physiology to developmental and system biology, biomechanics, and behaviors; from chemistry to drug discovery and environmental health.

All faculty and students are members of main campus programs and interdisciplinary institutions (e.g., College of Medicine & Brain Institute, Genetic Institute, Biology & Chemistry). As a UF faculty member, you’ll enjoy engaging students, benefit from robust research opportunities, and collaborate with an interdisciplinary community. Join us – let’s grow greater together!

The Whitney Director reports directly to the University’s Provost and is responsible for leading an off-campus cutting-edge research community of over 70 employees and overseeing a $7 million annual budget with $14 million in current extramural research funding.

The University of Florida is a public institution and member of the Association of American Universities, enrolling 55,000 students, including more than 36,000 residential undergraduates. UF is among the nation’s most academically diverse universities, with 16 colleges offering 100 undergraduate degree programs, 200 graduate programs, and various professional degrees. The University of Florida is ranked the #1 Public University by the Wall Street Journal and 6th in the most recent ranking of Public National Universities by U.S. News and World Report.

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