Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree or Doctor of Science (DSc) degree from an accredited institution in a scientific discipline relevant to the research field is required.
Nine (9) years of directly related experience post-doctoral degree required.
Evidence of scholarly research accomplishment in the form of publications that have originality, novelty, significance, and impact in the field.
Although, the required number of publications depends on their quality and the complexity of the subject, a minimum of thirty (30) full-length, peer-reviewed
publications, of which at least ten (10) during the current tenure.
At least half of these publications should be a Senior Principal Author role and their impact factor should be greater than the field's average. It should be emphasized that standing and appropriateness of journals and other forms of publications are essential.
Role as principal investigator in at least three (3) fully completed research projects and two (2) on-going projects.
Evidence of generating significant external funding.
Presentations of at least five (5) of the following: Keynote lectures, invited presentations, and oral talks selected from meeting abstracts. It is important to exclude participation commercial run-conferences. Preferences are given to Society and academic meetings.
Academic involvement in education and training activities.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational, oral/written communication and teamwork skills are required.