School of Pharmacy and Biomedicine


SIAT invites applications for faculty and chair positions available from its newly established School of Pharmacy and Biomedicine. The School of Pharmacy and Biomedicine is one of the six schools in SIAT, which also include Schools of Biomedical Engineering, Life and Health SciencesComputer Science and Control Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and School of Engineering Biology.  

The following leadership positions are available: Chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Engineering, Chair of the Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Chair of the Department of Tissue Regeneration and Engineering, and Chair of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Translational Medicine and Directors for Immunological, Oncological, and Infectious Disease Research Programs.   

The following faculty positions are available: Chair Professor / Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor in any field of biomedicine or pharmaceutical sciences, which include, but are not limited to, pharmaceutical chemistry, immunology, molecular and cellular biology, oncology, nanotechnology, bioengineering, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, and translational medicine.  

Applicants must hold a PhD, MD, or D. Pharmacy degree. Applicants for the leadership position should be experienced in managing research groups, and be willing to build a world-class team excellent in both research and education (for undergraduate and graduate students). Applicants for the faculty positions should be able to demonstrate excellence in past research and teaching, and be willing to work collaboratively. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experiences. Internationally competitive startup packages will be offered to successful candidates.   

Interested applicants are invited to submit their applications electronically to Ms. Lan 

The application should include (i) a cover letter stating the type of the position interested; (ii) the full CV; (iii) contact information of three references; and (iv) a summary of future research plan.