At the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Department of Biology, of the Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms-University of Bonn a W2 professorship for Molecular Plant Sciences to be filled as of April 1, 2024.

We are looking for candidates with proven expertise in the field of molecular plant physiology with research focus on the analysis of e.g. hormone action, secondary metabolism, epige-netics, gene regulation, protein homeostasis or evolutionary adaptation. Successful acquisition of external funding, a very strong publication record, and demonstrated, relevant teaching ex-perience are expected.

Active participation in shaping and further establishing the research priorities in the Biology Division is expected. Linkages of the research profile to the Transdisciplinary Research Areas (TRA) of the University of Bonn Life and Health and/or Sustainable Futures are an advantage.

Relevant teaching experience with appropriate evaluations is expected. Teaching participation in the compulsory and elective modules in the German-language B.Sc. Biology (Plant Physio-logy) and in the English-language M.Sc. program Plant Sciences is required.

The University of Bonn is committed to diversity and equal opportunities. It is certified as a family-friendly university and has a Dual Career Service. The aim is to increase the proportion of women in areas where they are underrepresented and to give special support to their care-ers. The University of Bonn therefore strongly encourages applications from relevantly quali-fied women. Applications are processed in accordance with the State Equal Opportunity Act.

Applications from suitable persons with proven severe disabilities and persons of equal status are particularly welcome. Applications in German or English with the usual documents (curriculum vitae, list of publica-tions – separated into original papers, book contributions, reviews, without abstracts, proof of teaching experience, third-party funds, research perspectives and teaching concept) are requ-ested by September 30, 2023 via the link of the university of Bonn:
For any questions please contact the Department of Biology:

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