Tenure track Faculty positions at the Asst/Assoc Professor level in Drug Delivery & Pharm Technology

Location
Singapore (SG)
Salary
An attractive remuneration will be offered for the right candidate.
Posted
Feb 21, 2018
Closes
Apr 22, 2018
Ref
PT2018
Field of specialization
Education, Pharmaceutical
Job Type
Full time

The Division of Drug Delivery & Pharmaceutical Technology in the Department of Pharmacy at the National University of Singapore invites applicants for tenure track faculty positions at the Assistant/Associate Professor level.

The candidate is expected to establish a competitive research program with external funding and industry collaborative projects. He/She should have expertise in fundamental and applied research related to the development, design, analysis and manufacturing of drug products. We are particularly interested in 2 areas of expertise:

1. Pharmaceutical solids

Representative areas include:

  • Pharmaceutical materials science
  • Pharmaceutical engineering
  • Crystallization and particle technology
  • Solid state chemistry of pharmaceutical systems
  • Continuous manufacturing

2. Biotherapeutics formulation

Representative areas include:

  • Formulation and manufacturing of peptide, protein, and/or nucleic acid-based therapeutics
  • Analysis, processing and engineering of therapeutic proteins
  • Vaccine formulation development
  • Immunotherapeutic formulation

The candidate must hold a PhD degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline which would include pharmaceutical sciences, engineering, biochemistry, analytical chemistry and biophysics, and have an outstanding publication record, an exceptional potential for world-class research and a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education. Postdoctoral and/or industrial experience is preferred. Entrepreneurial qualities are also sought after.

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a CV, detailing experience and a full list of publications, to the Head of Department, Prof Christina Chai, phahead@nus.edu.sg, for preliminary assessment.