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Tenure track Ecology positions at Georgia Institute of Technology

September 4, 2012


The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the top ranked educational/research institutions in the country and ranked as one of the best places to work. As part of significant growth in the biological sciences, the School of Biology is seeking applications for the following tenure-track positions:

Two positions in ecology for empiricists applying molecular and/or field approaches to understand fundamental ecological and evolutionary questions (including, but not limited to, chemical signaling, ecological genetics, and/or responses to environmental perturbation and biotic threats). Candidates will be favored whose research integrates well with existing strengths and ongoing growth in ecosystem processes and environmental health, regulation of phenotypic plasticity and development, aquatic chemical ecology, genetics and mechanisms of microbial community interactions, and biologically inspired design ( These positions will be filled at the assistant/associate level but outstanding senior candidates with exceptional records are encouraged to apply.

Experimental integrative or structural biology, endowed, full professor. We are seeking an outstanding senior scientist who is using approaches designed to provide a temporal, structural and spatial understanding of cellular biomolecular processes and the dynamics of cellular organization and function, the chemical biology of cells, and protein interactomics. A generous startup package and laboratory space will be provided.

Georgia Tech is an interdisciplinary environment where faculty are strongly encouraged to interact with engineering, computing, and other science faculty. Candidates can submit an application online at, including a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of research interests and plans, and contact information for five references. Review of applications begins October 1, 2012 and will continue until positions are filled.

Georgia Tech is a unit of the University System of Georgia and an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and requires compliance with the Immigration Control Reform Act of 1986.



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