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Candidates are expected to have a demonstrated record of excellence in research supported

by NIH grants.

The individual will complement departmental programs in one or more of these areas:

1) stem cell and regenerative biology

2) epigenetics and transcriptional regulation;

3) single cell transcriptomics and computational biology;

4) optogenetic tools to dissect cell signaling; 

5) cancer immunology;

6) metabolomics and

7) acute and chronic inflammation. 

A highly competitive package is available.  The department has strong research programs

(http://mcph.uic.edu/home) consistently ranking among the top 10 in NIH funding. 

Candidates should have current NIH funding and have demonstrated leadership in the field.

All candidates are required to have a PhD, MD or equivalent doctoral degree, as well as an

outstanding publication record of the above mentioned departmental program areas.