Applications are invited for a Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellow in Biophysics in the Department of Physics at Wake Forest University beginning July 1, 2018. We seek highly qualified candidates who have a commitment to excellence in both teaching and research. The position entails teaching undergraduate classes and mentoring undergraduate research in the Department of Physics; and conducting collaborative research with department faculty. Primary consideration will be given to candidates whose biophysics research interests overlap with two faculty members – Keith Bonin and Martin Guthold. These areas include optical and atomic force microscopy, next generation sequencing, cell-culturing, and electrospinning fibers. A Ph.D. in Physics or a related area is required.
The department has fifteen tenure-track faculty, one teaching professional, and six postdoctoral researchers. The department offers both a B.A. and a B.S. in Physics, and a B.S. in Biophysics. The department has a graduate program offering M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics. A complete application will include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching statement, research statement, graduate transcripts (unofficial), and letters from three references. The letter of application should explain why the teaching and research environment at Wake Forest is a good fit for the candidate. Additional application materials may be requested of finalists. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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Internal Number: R0000455
About Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University is a private, coeducational institution dedicated to academic excellence in liberal arts, graduate and professional education. Founded in 1834, the University is ranked among the top 30 national universities, and ranked 11th in teaching among national universities. With 4,800 undergraduates and 2,800 graduate and professional students, the student-faculty ratio is 11:1. Wake Forest is a collegiate university offering a vibrant intellectual community with a rich cultural life, an impressive array of facilities and an active athletics community. The University has a deep institutional commitment to public service and engagement with the world, as indicated by the motto “pro humanitate.” For quick facts about the University, go to http://www.wfu.edu/visitors/quickfacts.html. The Physics department has fifteen tenure-track faculty, one teaching professional, and six postdoctoral researchers. The department offers both a B.A. and a B.S. in Physics, and a B.S. in Biophysics. The department has a graduate program offering M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics