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Lecturer / Sr Lecturer (Non tenure-track faculty)

The Division of Nutritional Sciences (DNS) at Cornell University is seeking two (2) faculty members to join our team of talented, passionate professionals committed to the vision of preparing the next generation of leaders.

Lecturer / Sr Lecturer positions

Multiple faculty positions (Tenured/Tenure-track faculty)

The Division of Nutritional Sciences is seeking applicants for multiple tenured and tenure-track position at Cornell’s Ithaca campus.

Strong consideration will be given to scholars with demonstrated research and teaching or extension excellence in areas such as, however not exclusive to: precision nutrition; nutritional immunology; cancer biology; health equity; global health; maternal and child nutrition, food and nutrition security; artificial intelligence, big data, computational biology as applied to molecular or human nutrition; and/or the basic life sciences.

Open DNS faculty positions (Tenured/Tenure-track faculty)

The Schleifer Family Professor in Nutrition and the Director of the Division of Nutritional Sciences

The Division of Nutritional Sciences seeks a visionary leader who leads in a climate of collaboration, transparency, and shared governance, has a desire to foster the intellectual and career development of faculty, and has a vision to capitalize on the growing national and international opportunities in the field of nutrition. The Division is a highly interdisciplinary unit that influences the field of nutrition through the discovery of new knowledge, the training of scholars in nutritional sciences, and the translation of evidence to policy and practice at the national and international levels. This is a tenure-track position will be hired at the rank of full professor.

Position description of the Schleifer Family Professor in Nutrition and The Director of the Division of Nutritional Sciences


Description of the Associate Director Position.

Postdoctoral Associate in Epidemiology/Biostatistics - Finkelstein Laboratory

Description of the Finkelstein Lab position

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