The Multiscale Research Institute for Complex Systems (MRICS) at Fudan University is located at the Zhangjiang Campus of Fudan University and is supported by the Shanghai Government.
MRICS is strongly committed to the development of novel and effective multi-scale biological imaging technology that spans microscopic molecular structures all the way to macroscopic medical imaging, with the ultimate goal to provide unprecedented spatial and temporal insights into the structures and functions of living beings at all levels (molecules, cells, tissues, organs and even whole organisms).
Our team includes Nobel laureate Professor Michael Levitt and international leading interdisciplinary experts. MRICS seeks candidates for multiple faculty positions at all levels. All applicants must have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree. These faculty positions are open to biology-related fields including bioinformatics, genetics, cell biology, biochemistry, developmental biology, physiology, among others.
The successful candidates must have demonstrated high-quality scholarship through publications in peer-reviewed journals, have a keen interest in highly original research and strong commitment to graduate education.
We will provide competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. We offer comprehensive benefits packages including health insurance as well as housing allowance. MRICS will also sponsor applications for national and local funding opportunities based on the individual’s qualification and experience.
MRICS is located in Shanghai, China, which is an exciting and rapidly growing global center of excellence for scientific research.
Interested applicants are invited to submit the application package to firstname.lastname@example.org, which should include a cover letter, CV, a concise statement of research interests, and the names and email addresses of three higher-ranked professionals who can serve as referees.
Review of applications will start immediately and continue until positions are filled.
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