We invite applications from candidates knowledgeable in biomedical engineering, and will focus on a candidate’s promise and/or track record during the review process. Candidates with interest in the following areas detailed below, are especially encouraged to apply:
Systems Cellular-molecular Bioengineering. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: genetic regulatory networks; morphodynamics and morphogenesis; combined quantitative cellular mechanobiology; experimental and modeling approaches to translational research and medical therapeutics; metabolomics; computational systems biology; biocomplexity analysis, and engineering aspects of stem cell and regenerative medicine research. We seek applications from candidates at the associate and full professor ranks.
We seek energetic individuals who will participate in the university’s research enterprise and engage with students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Successful candidates will establish a strong, externally funded, research program of national prominence while contributing to the core teaching mission of the department. An earned doctorate in a field closely related to Biomedical Engineering is required.
The USC Viterbi School of Engineering is among the top tier of engineering schools in the world. It counts 185 full-time, tenure-track faculty members, and is home to the Information Sciences Institute, two National Science Foundation Engineering Research Centers, a Department of Energy EFRC (Energy Frontiers Research Center), and the Department of Homeland Security’s first University Center of Excellence, CREATE. The school is affiliated with the Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering, the Institute for Creative Technologies and the USC Stevens Center for Innovation. Research expenditures typically exceed $185 million annually.
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