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We are currently seeking applications for faculty positions.
We are currently accepting applications for two positions that are part of cluster hires that span multiple departments.
If you are interested in either position and would like more information please contact, Professor Nick Kotov at email@example.com
Follow the links below to apply:
- A junior faculty member working at the intersection of chemical engineering and brain cancer
- A faculty member at any rank working at the intersection of chemical engineering and single cell spatial imaging
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Faculty Search Committee
Department of Chemical Engineering
The University of Michigan
2300 Hayward Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2136