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  1. Morehead State University Asst Professor of Mathematics or Mathematical Physics
  2. Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory - Research Scientist
  3. California Council on Science & Technology Policy Fellowship
  4. Kentucky Science Center Job Openings

  1.  Morehead State University Tenure Track Asst Professor of Mathematics (Closing date 2/16/18):
  2. Position Summary
    Conduct research as well as write manuscripts and grant applications pertaining to cancer research.  The successful candidate should already have publications in the field of cancer research and will supervise undergraduates doing research in our laboratory as part of the undergraduate research education program. 
    The scientist is expected to act independently in developing his/her own ideas and to successfully complete research that will result in peer reviewed publications.  The expectation is that the scientist will exert leadership in obtaining funding for research projects as well as leadership in guiding young scientists.
    Salary and title commensurate with experience.
    Education Requirements
    Ph.D. in Cancer Biology or a closely related field and post-doctoral training.
    Ideal Candidate’s Qualifications and Experience:
  • Solid understanding of the Principles of Cancer Biology. (Must have deep interest in cancer biology)
  • Significant research experience
  • Demonstrated, effective leadership of undergraduates
  • Excellent teaching skills with patient demeanor
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent “hands-on” laboratory skills
  • 4-6 peer-reviewed publications
  • 2+ 1st-authored papers
  • 2+ publications in a Cancer Journal
  • Superb attention to detail
  • Experience writing grants and papers
  • Diligent work habits with an entrepreneurial spirit who likes to challenge the status quo with new ideaThis position offers a very competitive salary as well as a comprehensive benefit package
Interested candidates should forward their resume/CV to Irina Kleinerman, Talent Acquisition Specialist at JVS Career Services, at   
2. CCST is seeking scientists and engineers for a year of public service and government leadership training in the California State Legislature. SACRAMENTO, Calif. | CONTACT: Annie Morgan,
The California Council on Science and Technology is now accepting applications for the 2019 Class of our CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship. Completed applications are due by February 28th, 2018.
The CCST Science Fellows program is open to those holding a PhD or equivalent degree in science and engineering, and in social science fields such as economics. Eligibility information, program timeline, and the application link can be found at
As CCST Science Fellows, scientists and engineers spend one year in Sacramento serving the California State Legislature. Working as legislative staff in the State Assembly or State Senate, they get a front-row seat learning about the craft and process of lawmaking in the State of California --- a dynamic arena that often sets policy trends for the United States and the world.
Our fellowship is an incredible opportunity to transform a researcher's professional path. In fact, more than 50 percent of CCST Science Fellows have been hired by the California State Legislature or state agencies since completing their fellowship. Other alumni return to academia, nonprofits, or industry with a deeper understanding of how science informs policymaking, enhancing their career as researchers, professors, consultants, and leaders.
Read reflections from current fellows ( or from alumni far along in their careers ( See how the CCST Science Fellows program has changed their professional path --- and helped make California's policies stronger with science!
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