Integrative evolutionary biologist

The University of Arizona, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology seeks an integrative evolutionary biologist with an excellent track record and promising trajectory of research integrating evolutionary biology with other disciplines utilizing transformative, innovative, empirically driven approaches. The ideal candidate will have deep expertise in evolutionary genetics/genomics and related areas and will be expected to continue or build a successful record of extramural funding and to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. We are looking for an early to mid-career scientist, to be appointed as an Assistant or Associate Professor, who is using the power of cutting-edge evolutionary biology and new data streams to break new ground and address real-world biological or biomedical issues. Potential research areas could include, but are not limited to: evolutionary genetics and genomics, population genetics; phylodynamics, epidemiology and disease evolution/ecology; human health/genetics. A focus on any organism or system is welcome.

To apply, please submit and online application for job posting F#20320 at Applications should include: (1) a cover letter describing how the applicant’s research relates to the focus of this search, (2) a current CV, (3) a Statement of Research Interests, (4) a Statement of Teaching Philosophy, (5) three reprints or preprints of the candidate’s publications (as publication samples), and (6) 3 letters of recommendation. All the materials except letters of recommendation can be uploaded through this web site; candidates can provide contact details for those providing letters of recommendation through this web site and the UA will contact those individuals directly. Review of applications will begin January 15, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled