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Junior Faculty Position in Biological Physics and Biocomplexity

Indiana University's Department of Physics and Biocomplexity Institute announce a junior faculty position in biological physics, broadly defined, to complement their ongoing expansion in this area under Indiana University's Commitment to Excellence Program. Present areas of interest include developmental biology, microbiology, neuroscience, and networks. To complement these strengths we particularly encourage applications from experimentalists who can take existing areas in novel directions or lead the development of new areas, such as molecular biophysics, subcellular structure and dynamics, tissue mechanics and engineering, bioMEMS and medical microdevices. The successful candidate will have strong interdisciplinary interests, a track record of experimental/theoretical collaboration and will collaborate closely with other faculty associated with the Biocomplexity Institute. The expected primary appointment will be in the Department of Physics. However, joint appointments or primary appointments in other departments are possible. Laboratory space will be available in the new Simon Multidisciplinary Sciences Building. Indiana University is an EOAAE. Applications from women and minorities are especially encouraged. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and statements of research and teaching, preferably online at and arrange for submission of a minimum of three letters of reference. Should it be impossible to apply online, applications may be sent by email to: or by mail to:
Dr. James A. Glazier
Faculty Search
Biocomplexity Institute and Department of Physics
Swain Hall West 159
727 E 3rd St., Bloomington IN, 47405-7105, USA

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