Organic/Medicinal Chemistry Tenure-Track Faculty Position
The Department of Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences at Georgia State University (GSU) seeks exceptional candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. We seek candidates in the broadly defined fields of Organic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Candidates with a record of outstanding research accomplishments are encouraged to apply. The potential to establish an independent, externally funded research program and a strong commitment to excellence in teaching is required.
GSU, a world-class public research university is located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. GSU has invested significantly to its research enterprise in the past few years. GSU is among the nation’s public and private universities in the Carnegie Foundation’s elite category of Very High Research Activity. There are a number of centers and institutes on campus that provide ample opportunities for the right candidate to pursue collaborative research. Candidates are invited to explore ongoing research, facilities and resources at https://research.gsu.edu/ and https://chemistry.gsu.edu/
A Ph.D. degree in Organic Chemistry, Medicinal/Pharmaceutical Chemistry or Chemical Biology or a related field is required. Post-doctoral experience is expected. Applicants should submit a single PDF file consisting of: cover letter, C.V., 5-page detailed research plan, 2-page statement of teaching philosophy and a 1-page estimate of startup needs. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to: Faculty Search Committee at email@example.com.
Review of the applications will start on 11/01/2018, and the position will remain open until filled.
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