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The following position will be filled for the first time in the winter semester 2017/2018:
at the Institute of Animal Science.
(W1 WITH TENURE TRACK) OF LIVESTOCK
The successful candidate will teach microbial ecology of livestock and the application of pertinent methodologies in the study programs of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences at the Bachelor and Master level both in German and in English. At the beginning, the teaching load will comprise four contact hours per week and will increase to six contact hours per week after a successful interim evaluation.
The successful candidate is expected to conduct innovative research in the field of phylogeny and metabolic potential of microbiomes in the digestive tract of farm animals. This should be based primarily on utilizing sequencing techniques and implementing correlation and network systems analysis.
More detailed information on the main research and teaching foci of the professorships as well as the necessary qualifications of candidates can be found on our Professorial Appointment Portal
The University of Hohenheim seeks to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching, and strongly encourages female scientists to apply. With equal qualifications, preference will be given to candidates with disabilities.
Please attach the following documents to your application: a statement of your future research interests, a curriculum vitae, a documentation of academic achievements (copies), a list of publications, a list of third-party funded projects, a teaching record, information on teaching evaluations as well as three key publications
Please apply online at https://www.uni-hohenheim.de/prof-appt-portal before January 12th 2017. Questions regarding the position may be directed to Prof. Dr. Vögele (Ralf.Voegele@uni-hohenheim.de).
University of Hohenheim
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (300)