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Faculty Position at Department and Institute of Veterinary Medicine, NTU (Veterinary public health)

The School of Veterinary Medicine at the National Taiwan University has a faculty position opening on the discipline of veterinary public health related fields starting from August 1, 2021. The candidate is expected to be in charge of the courses including veterinary public health and related courses. The candidate who can cover the courses of biostatistics or animal welfare would be highly appreciated. All candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree and have the postdoctoral experience. Candidates should provide one representative full paper, in which he/she serves as the first or the corresponding authors, in a SCI-listed journal published after August 1, 2016. The starting levels, from assistant to full professor, will commensurate with the candidates’ qualifications. Application package must include 5 copies of the curriculum vitae, 1 copy of ID card (or passport) , 1 copy of the degree diploma, 3 letters of recommendation, 5 copies of the representative publication (see above) together with the verification of co-authors’ contribution to the applicant’s representative publication (form available upon request), 5 copies of other additional publications within the last 7 years (after August 1, 2014), 1 copy of Ph.D. dissertation, 5 copies of the publication list, and 1 copy of the title and the outline of the courses to be offered. Please direct application and inquiries, before January 6, 2021, to Miss. Chen (huijenn@ntu.edu.tw; tel: 886-2 - 33663762 ; fax: 886-2-23661475) at the department office at No. 1, section 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei, 106 Taiwan. Web page: http://www.vm.ntu.edu.tw/DVM/. The future promotion of this position is handled in accordance with the promotion regulations set by the College of Bioresources and Agriculture, NTU.

發佈日期:2020-09-22 00:00:00

聯絡人:陳慧真

聯絡電話:(02)3366-3762

相關網址:http://www.vm.ntu.edu.tw/DVM/

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Last Modified : 2020/11/29