Principal Investigator and Research Fellow Positions
The Preparatory Office of Inst. of BioAgricultural Sciences
Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
We are seeking to appoint several qualified applicants to serve as
Principal Investigators, ranking from assistant, associate to full
research fellows. There are five areas within our IBAS Preparatory
Office: disease-resistant transgenic plants, bioreactors, aquaculture,
animal vaccines, and environmental/industrial enzymes. New recruits can
start in May 1998.
Requirements for the applicants include a Ph.D. or an equivalent degree.
Principal investigators are required to engage in programmatic project,
serving as project leaders and/or as collaborative research scientists..
The project leader and the senior research scientist must have at least
10 years of research experience with demonstrated abilities in applied
and/or basic research in one of the biotechnology areas indicated above,
evidence of creativity and organizational skills. They would greatly
benefit from their familiarity with Taiwan*s cultural environment and
language. The junior research scientists must have at least 2 years of
postdoctoral training. Applicants are expected to conduct research in
the above selected areas of biotechnology. Application should include a
cover letter, a complete curriculum vitae as well as the names, address
and telephone numbers and fax numbers of 5 references. Review of
applications will begin around March, 1998, and will continue until
suitable candidates are recruited.
Several Postdoctoral Fellow positions, each working with the above
research areas are also now available for application.
Applications should be addressed to: Ms. S. W. Wang
The Preparatory Office of Inst. of BioAgricultural Sciences, Academia
Sinica, Taipei 11529, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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