TriCEM is searching for a new Assistant Director!

The Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM, at Duke University seeks to hire an Assistant Director.  Applicants should have a Masters or Ph.D. and demonstrated experience in evolutionary medicine, scientific communication, and interdisciplinary research.  Evidence of successful grant writing, an innovative mindset, excellent organizational abilities, and research experience in one of TriCEM’s tracks (Pathogenic and Commensal Organisms, Cancer and Evolution, Brain Sciences, and Social and Biological Determinants of Health) are essential for the position.  The applicant is expected to launch new initiatives that advance TriCEM’s goals in education and research, including leading efforts to secure external grant funding.  The Assistant Director will also play a major role in TriCEM programs, including events on campus, evaluation of research proposals, and organizing the Evolutionary Medicine Summer Institute (EMSI).  The Assistant Director is expected to enhance TriCEM’s social media and web presence and engage in public outreach.

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Questions may be directed to Dr. Charles Nunn at