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Assistant Professor(s)

Target Audience(s): Faculty

Institution: Clemson University

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Position Description: Position 1. We seek a microbiologist who explores basic questions in infectious disease or microbial physiology. The successful applicant uses molecular and/or computational approaches to study archaea, bacteria, viruses or single-celled eukaryotes at the cellular level. Individuals who focus on host-pathogen interactions, regulatory or virulence mechanisms, antimicrobial resistance, energetics, microbe-microbe interactions and/or closely associated research areas are especially encouraged to apply. Besides those in the department, potential collaborators include faculty associated with the Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center, as well as the Genetics and Biochemistry and Bioengineering Departments, among others. Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Barbara Campbell ( Submit materials via Interfolio at

Position 2. We seek a cellular and molecular biologist using state-of-the-art approaches to address fundamental questions in organismal biology. Individuals working in all areas from simple model systems to humans are encouraged to apply. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to; host responses to infectious disease and/or other environmental stressors; cancer and stem cell biology; immune and nervous system function. Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Charles D. Rice ( Submit materials via Interfolio at

Position 3. We seek an organismal biologist using integrative and/or comparative approaches to examine innovative, fundamental biological questions. Applications are welcome from candidates working in any animal or plant system, with research areas of interest including, but not limited to, organismal physiology, morphology, ecology, and evolution. We especially encourage applicants whose work has promise to span scales or approaches, building bridges from studies of structure or functional mechanisms to understanding of organismal diversity and processes of change. Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Richard W. Blob ( Submit materials via Interfolio at

Position Type: Permanent Position

Funding Source(s): Other

How to Apply:

We welcome applicants in the broad field of marine biology.

Application Closing Date: Until position is filled.


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