A number of positions are available as the Advanced Science Research Center builds, ranging from advanced research scientists to research and laboratory technicians to administrative and technical support staff. Current and upcoming posts are noted below:

Tenure Track Faculty Positions – Neuroscience Initiative

The Neuroscience Initiative of the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center in Manhattan, NY, invites applications for full-time, tenure-track faculty members at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor rank.

We seek outstanding scientists with strong records of significant research accomplishments in the fields of: glial biology, metabolism, epigenetics, gut/brain communication, environmental effects on brain structure and behavior, interfacing nanotechnology or photonics with neurobiology. We are also interested in candidates with a strong background in bioinformatics, network analysis, and/or large data integration. We encourage application from candidates with innovative ideas, open to interdisciplinary approaches and with a demonstrated use of a wide range of experimental and computational approaches to tackle fundamental questions in neurobiology.

Candidates are expected to have advanced degrees (Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent) in any area of biology, biochemistry, neuroscience, plus at least 3 years of postdoctoral research experience.  Final faculty ranks will be determined based on the overall qualifications, including scholar contributions and expertise, a demonstrated commitment to conducting high-level scientific research adopting interdisciplinary approaches, a collaborative spirit and passion for education.  Individuals considered for these positions are expected to serve a major role in shaping an outstanding research mission at the ASRC, while fulfilling the educational mission of the New York City Public University System at CUNY.

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Administrative Coordinator – Nanoscience Initiative

The ASRC Nanoscience Initiative seeks an Administrative Coordinator to support day-to-day administration functions of the Initiative. Reporting to the Director of the Nanoscience Initiative, the Administrative Coordinator will be the initial point of contact for individuals within the department, Nanoscience facility users, and  visitors. The incumbent will facilitate communications, scheduling meetings, events, budget administration, and invoice payments, and make travel arrangements for the Director and invited guests, while exercising discretion and diplomacy.

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