The Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences (GELIFES) was established in 2015.
A core aspect of living systems is their ability to adapt to their environment and to environmental change.
The Adaptive Life programme aims to integrate both the short therm and long term approaches, crossing traditional borders of research fields and institutes, providing new foundations for the life sciences.
To further strengthen Adaptive Life, the University of Groningen and FMNS is hiring 5 new faculty positions.
- Tenure track assistant or associate professor in Chronobiology
- Tenure track assistant or associate professor in Evolutionary Ecology of Marine Animals
- 2 Tenure track assistant or associate professor positions in Evolutionary Medicine
- Tenure track assistant or associate professor in Microbial Ecology and Evolution
All candidates are expected to attract funding for new PhD projects and attain a leading international position in the field. They are excellent teachers who can motivate students of different disciplines and have an interest in teaching at both the bachelor, master and PhD level.