Tenure-track Faculty Positions in Biochemistry
The University of Missouri invites applications for three tenure-track positions in the Department of Biochemistry that will be affiliated with either the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR), or the School of Medicine (SoM):
- Assistant/Associate/Full Professor joint appointment with the University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) and affiliated with the Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG), for candidates using radio-isotopes in fundamental biochemistry of agricultural relevance (Job ID 44211).
- Assistant/Associate/Full Professor with interest in fundamental biochemistry and/or in agricultural/plant science applications, such as synthetic biology; metabolic engineering; transgenic technology; and spatial transcriptomics, proteomics, and other genome-wide approaches (Job ID 43633).
- Assistant/Associate/Full Professor with interest in fundamental biochemistry and/or biomedical applications, such as involving gene regulation, editing or transgenic technology, synthetic biology or spatio-temporal biochemistry involving transcriptomics, proteomics, etc. (Job ID 43729).
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About Biochemistry at Mizzou
The department has an undergraduate teaching mission in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CAFNR), provides pre-clinical training in the School of Medicine and supports graduate education in both units. As a department in a Land Grant University that bridges two colleges, the Department of Biochemistry is home to fundamental molecular science and to its translation into both agricultural and biomedical applications.
Areas of interest include: fundamental biochemistry and/or applications such as synthetic biology; metabolic engineering; transgenic technology; and spatio-temporal biochemistry involving transcriptomics, proteomics, and other genome-wide approaches.
The candidates will join highly collaborative research communities in plant biology and precision medicine that are supported by outstanding core facilities.