[Comp-neuro] tenure tracked faculty posts, postdocs in Fudan University

jianfeng feng jianfeng64 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 12:12:50 CET 2013

The Centre for Computational Systems Biology
and Shanghai Centre for Mathematic Science
(see also http://www.ams.org/notices/201206/rtx120600881p.pdf)
at Fudan University is plannig to make 3-5 new PI appointments in
Computational Biology this year.
There are also a number of postdocs positions in the two centres.
Depending on a candidate's experience, the rank is open and
salary is negotiable. Applicants using computational or mathematical models
and/or data analyzing approaches
are encouraged to apply. All areas of biomedical science will be
considered. These include but are not limited
to bioinformatics and genomics, cellular and molecular biology,
computational neuroscience, and a systems
approach to cancer/brain diseases. The appointee will be expected to
develop a rigorous research program,
with some teaching at both graduate and undergraduate levels. The
appointment requires a 9 months commitment per year to Fudan University.
Enquiries and applications can be made by email to zqy at fudan.edu.cn.
 The positions will be open until filled.
Applications should include a curriculum vitae (including bibliography), a
brief statement of research and teaching
interests, and copies of representative scholarly papers. Candidates should
also arrange for three letters of
reference to be sent.
Fudan University is one of the leading institutions in China and is located
in Shanghai, one of the most dynamical
cities in the world. With substantial supports from the Chinese government,
Fudan University aims to become
one of the highest rank universities in the world.

J. Feng,  Prof. of Biology, Computer Science and Mathematics
Warwick University, UK http://www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/~feng
Fudan University, PR China http://ccsb.fudan.edu.cn/
Recipient of 2011 Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit
Award (Ó¢¹ú»Ê¼Òѧ»áÎÖ¸¥É­Ñо¿¹¦Ñ«½±)
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