Location:Recruitment
Charles D. Tenney International Fellow - A Career Development Postdoctoral Position funded by CPSF
Last updated at
2015-06-30

Charles Daniel Tenney an International Education pioneer, co-founded and served as President of Tianjin University (the 1st modern university in China).  TJU was founded in 1895 as an English speaking university with International scholastics at its core, with the goal of building a world-class school comprising global talent, a cosmopolitan environment,and state-of-the-art infrastructure. Tianjin University (TJU) – School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology (SPST), with funding from the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (CPSF),is now proud to announce a new distinguished career-development postdoctoral positionin the spirit of Tenney’s great educational reform in China. We are looking for highly talented scholars ready to explore a career path in China. These positions are highly competitive and well supported. Outstanding talent in all areas of pharmacy and basic medical science are being sought (e.g, pharmaceutics, pharmacology and toxicology, structural biochemistry, chemical biology, biochemical engineering, pharmaceutical process and formulation, pharma economics/informatics, regulatory science, public health policy, computational chemistry and biology, and medicinal chemistry).The fellowship is for 2 years; on the basis of performance,the University will nominate fellows to pursue an academic career in China through one of the distinguished young faculty programs.  

For full consideration, please submit before July 15, 2015, a current CV with personal references, a list of publications, a summary of research directions (2-3 pages), a statement of teaching interest (1 page), and up to 3 exemplary publications, allas a single pdf file [LASTNAME_firstname_SPST_candidate.pdf],to the email box of infospst@tju.edu.cn.

TJU-SPST is continuously looking to find talent ready to change the landscape of higher education in China. Are you ready to be an element of change?