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Full Professorship (W3) of Cell Physiology
Published(124 days ago)
Deadline for applications(72 days ago)
University of HohenheimHohenheim
The Faculty of Natural Sciences invites applications for the position of a
Full Professor (W3) of Cell Physiology
at the Institute of Physiology to be filled in the winter semester 2019/20.
The applicant should have excellent qualifications and have conducted internationally renowned research in a current field of cell physiology of animal systems.
It is expected that the candidate is willing to work in interdisciplinary projects especially within the University of Hohenheim.
In teaching, the professorship represents cell physiology as well as the principles of physiology for the Bachelor’s and Master's programs in Biology,
Nutritional Science, and other related degree programs. The candidate must be able to teach both in German and in English.
The position offers attractive conditions for first-time full professor appointees. Prerequisites for applicants are habilitation or an equivalent research
and teaching record which may have been established during a Junior or Assistant Professorship.
The advertised position is tenured. If appointed as full professor for the first time, the University of Hohenheim reserves its right to probationary employment.
With equal qualifications, preference will be given to candidates with disabilities.
The University of Hohenheim seeks to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages female scientists to apply.
Please attach the following documents to your application: a statement of your future research interests, a curriculum vitae, transcripts of records and degree
certificates, a list of publications, a list of third-party funded projects, a teaching record, information on teaching evaluations as well as three key publications.