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Professor, Department Head, Biology
Job Summary  Drexel University, a top-ranked Carnegie R1-classified research institution located in Philadelphia, seeks an innovative leader and research scientist for the position of Head, Department of Biology, in the College of Arts and Sciences, starting in September 2024. The Department is made up of 12 tenure-line faculty and 8 teaching faculty, whose research and teaching activities take place alongside a vibrant population of approximately 700 Biology undergraduate majors and over 30 PhD students. Faculty with active research programs and a strong record of extramural funding pursue research in the areas of molecular and cell biology, neurobiology, organismal and evolutionary biology, and STEM education. Biology faculty hold appointments and pursue collab

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