Tenure Track Professor in Evolutionary Biology in Cambridge, MA for Harvard University
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Tenure Track Professor in Evolutionary Biology
School: Faculty of Arts and SciencesDepartment/Area: Organismic and Evolutionary BiologyPosition Description: The Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB) seeks to appoint a tenure-track professor in evolutionary biology. The broad search field includes, but is not limited to, evolutionary genetics, quantitative genetics, phylogenetics and systematics, adaptation, evo-devo, speciation, eco-evo dynamics, evolutionary biomechanics, evolutionary phenomics, macroevolution, and all experimental, theoretical, or computational approaches. If applicable, the experimental system may be viral, prokaryotic, or eukaryotic. The successful candidate is expected to establish a dynamic, extern


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