The University of Tokyo invites applications for a Research Assistant Professor position beginning on January 1, 2020, or as early as possible after this date. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in the field of biological image analysis and computational microscopy (specifically, cellular image analysis with Python, Cell Profiler, etc., coding for cellular image analysis in C++, and statistical analysis with R). A Ph.D. or equivalent degree is required by date of hire. Applicants should prepare a curriculum vitae (including lists of publications, conference talks, awards, grants, etc.) and a list of the names of two references and send them to Department Chair before the application deadline (October 20, 2019). A hired faculty member will work closely with Prof. Keisuke Goda and his research staff and students in Goda Lab (http://www.goda.chem.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp) and also with Prof. Robert Campbell (http://campbellweb.chem.ualberta.ca).
Position Level: Research Assistant Professor
Area of Research: Biological image analysis, computational microscopy
Qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent in any field of science or engineering. Strong motivation for education for graduate and undergraduate students.
Position Start Date: January 1, 2020 or as early as possible after this date
Term: 3 years
Application Materials: Include the following application materials and send them to Department Chair Kaoru Yamanouchi before the application deadline.
- Curriculum vitae (including lists of publications, conference talks, awards, grants, etc.)
- List of the names of references (minimum 2 references)
Application Deadline: October 20, 2019
Professor Keisuke Goda
Application Submission: Send the application materials in a single file to Department Chair Kaoru Yamanouchi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure that you write “Application for Research Assistant Professor in Biological Image Analysis” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Applications from women are encouraged as per "Declaration of Gender Equality Acceleration" of the University of Tokyo (March 3, 2009).