University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking candidates with expertise in molecular astrobiology and origins of life research to help elucidate the transition from prebiotic chemistry to life and/or the evolutionary origins of fundamental cellular processes (e.g., RNA processing or translation).
This position will be one of three in a multidisciplinary cluster to study the Origins of Life. University of Wisconsin-Madison is an exceptional environment for the development of a world-class research program in the biological sciences, including access to state of the art facilities in sequencing, structural biology, and high-throughput computing.
Extensive collaborative opportunities are available within a diverse and supportive research community using cutting edge multidisciplinary approaches to examine all aspects of microbiology. We promote diversity by engaging people with widely differing backgrounds, talents, perspectives, and styles.
For more information, visit https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/509524/assistant-professor-origins-of-life-and-astrobiology-cluster-hire.