Professorship (W2) for Experimental Virology (f/m/d)

Leibniz Institute of Virology (LIV), Hamburg

The Section of Natural Sciences of the University of Lübeck and the Leibniz Institute of Virology (LIV, formerly HPI) offer the position of a

Professorship (W2) for Experimental Virology (f/m/d)

The future position holder should have an international reputation and a track record of successful experimental research on human pathogenic viruses that pose a threat to global health.  Participation in teaching in the Molecular Life Sciences and Infection Biology programs and in graduate education is expected. Habilitation or equivalent scientific achievements and teaching experience are required.

The professorship is located at the Leibniz Institute of Virology (LIV, formerly HPI) in Hamburg. LIV is an independent research institution of the Leibniz Association and committed to research on the biology of different human viruses as well as the pathogenesis of viral diseases. 

The LIV offers the opportunity to perform cutting-edge research in a world-class research environment with excellent facilities (www.leibniz-liv.de). LIV collaborates closely with local universities and non-university research institutions and is a founding member of the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF; www.dzif.de) and the Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB; www.cssb-hamburg.de). 

The University of Lübeck stands for excellent research and excellent teaching. We are a modern foundation university with thematically focused degree programs. Under the motto "Focus on life", we as a life science university offer a spectrum from medicine, health sciences and psychology to mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology.

Reference is made to the requirements of § 61 HSG and to a possible time limit in accordance with § 63 of the Higher Education Act of the State of Schleswig-Holstein. In addition to the doctorate, the prerequisite for employment is additional scientific achievements that can be achieved within the framework of a junior professorship, through a habilitation or equivalent scientific achievements, even outside the university sector.

Women shall be given priority in the case of equivalent suitability, ability and professional performance. Severely disabled applicants will be given preference if they are suitably qualified. We expressly welcome applications from people with a migration background. We expressly refrain from submitting photographs/application photos and therefore ask you to refrain from doing so.  

The University of Lübeck values and promotes the diversity of competences of its employees and therefore welcomes all applications - regardless of age, gender, nationality, ethnic and social origin, religion, ideology, disability as well as sexual orientation and identity.

Absolutely necessary templates and further information on the application process can be found in the application notes at http://www.uni-luebeck.de/universitaet/akademische-struktur/sektionen/sektionen-mint/berufungsverfahren-stellen.html.

Please submit applications with the usual documents (zip file), including curriculum vitae, copies of the certificates, scientific career, list of publications (separated according to reviewed original works and review articles), 3 selected special editions as well as a list of the third-party funds raised are valid until 21.10.2022 to be addressed to berufungen(at)uni-luebeck.de

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