Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research - Cambridge, MA

Location
Cambridge, MA
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
Aug 25, 2016
Closes
Oct 15, 2016
Result Type
Jobs
Position Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research


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The Department of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts) is conducting faculty searches for positions based in two sections of the department: the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research and the MIT Biology Building.  In both cases, successful applicants are expected to share our commitment to undergraduate and graduate education by teaching courses and supervising graduate and undergraduate research, as well as develop and lead independent, internationally competitive research programs. Candidates must hold a PhD in the biological, chemical, physical, mathematical, or computational sciences, or in an engineering field; or an MD; or equivalent terminal degree.    Candidates may apply to one or both searches, and must submit a separate application for each position.  See (https://biology.mit.edu/) for information about the searches.

Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research (http://ki.mit.edu/) seeks applicants for a junior or senior faculty appointment, effective July 1, 2017, or as soon thereafter as possible.  Appointments are expected to be in the MIT Department of Biology, but other MIT departments will be considered if appropriate.  The Koch Institute is an NCI-designated Cancer Center, which features research across a wide range of areas in basic cancer research and cancer-oriented engineering.  This is an open search with regard to field of study and specific research focus, but cancer relevance will be a consideration.   The successful candidate will have laboratory space in the Koch Institute at MIT. 

To apply, submit application materials by clicking on the 'Apply' button,

Completed applications will be reviewed starting October 15, 2016.

MIT and the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research are affirmative action employers and encourage applications from women and underrepresented minorities.