One of the primary objectives of the Biosciences Initiative is to improve quality and strategic coordination in faculty hiring. To strengthen and streamline faculty recruiting efforts in the biosciences across the breadth of the university, we are asking units for collaboration in these efforts. Coordination of departmental recruitments within the biosciences umbrella will help the recruiting effort be more transparent and efficient. In addition to aligning with the initiative’s goals, recruiting may be further accelerated by this coordinated effort.
Completion of the Biosciences Faculty Recruitment Details form is required for participation in the Biological Sciences Scholars Program (BSSP).
In parallel with the current hiring freeze, BSSP funds from the BICC are not currently available. Learn more from the BSI community letter on COVID-19.
- Biosciences faculty recruitment details form: fill out for all of your faculty recruitments
- Faculty recruitment in the biosciences resources Google drive
- Biosciences Initiative Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Hiring Practices
- BSSP FAQ: Biological Sciences Scholars Program expanded to all U-M
Scientific Initiative Faculty Hiring Ads:
- BioInnovations in Brain Cancer – Tenure-track positions available at all ranks
- Cells to Atoms: The Future of Cryo-Electron Microscopy at U-M – Faculty position with expertise in correlative light and electron microscopy
- Michigan Concussion Center – Three tenure-track faculty positions available, including one senior and two junior level positions
- RNA Biomedicine: An Engine for Synergy, Excellence and Global Leadership at Michigan – Multiple tenure-track positions at the assistant professor rank
- Single Cell and Spacial Analysis Program – Tenure-track positions available at all ranks