Genetics Professor CV Template

Genetics professors are experts in the subject matter of genetics.  They handle courses that discuss heredity and genetic material such as DNA and RNA.  To become a genetics professor, an individual must first be a graduate of a biology degree and then take a master’s or doctorate degree in genetics.  Some professors even take post-doctorate degrees.  Genetics professors may teach graduate and undergraduate students in colleges and universities.  They need to adapt their teaching material and plan with the particular academic institution’s curriculum.  Genetics professors also perform duties that are non-instructional such as research work, extension work, and may also serve in university or college committees.

Sample Genetics Professor CV Template

Ian O’Prey

Warstone Lane, Birmingham

West Midlands, B19 6NZ

Phone:  444-776-6034

ianoprey@gmail.com

 

Objective

Highly intellectual and organized individual with excellent teaching background wants to join a university as a genetics professor and be able to practice my profession to the utmost of my ability.

 

Summary of Qualification

  • Five years of professional experience as a genetics professor.
  • Possess expertise in genetics and genetic disorders.
  • Familiar and has contributed to the human genome project.
  • Highly capable of teaching students in the undergraduate and graduate level.
  • Proven track record in excellent teaching performance.

 

Career Experience/Job History

2005 – Present:  Genetics Professor, Birmingham University

  • Handle genetics and microbial genetics courses in the first to fourth year level.
  • Submit proposal for research and conduct research that receive funding.
  • Serve in university committees.

 

Education

2000 – 2004:  Master of Science in Genetics, Birmingham University

1996 – 2000:  Bachelor of Science in Biology, Birmingham University

 

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.