ASHBiで働く

ASHBi welcomes highly motivated researchers and professionals who wish to join its mission of creating a new “human biology”. Job opportunities are available in both our research areas and our administrative offices as follows.

Job opportunities for Researcher

Job opportunities for Technician

Job opportunities for Administrative Staff

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Past Job Opportunities

Past Job Opportunities

Other job opportunities

In addition to the regular ASHBi positions, foreign researchers can work at ASHBi on other opportunities. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) provides program (International collaborations) for inviting foreign researchers to Japan as below;

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreigh Research
JSPS Invitational Fellowships for Research in Japan

Institutional Supports for Overseas Researcher

Research Acceleration Unit of ASHBi, consisting of skilled professionals (research coordinators), provides a support program to resolve the problems which foreign investigators face when they coming to Japan. We have established a platform run by the research coordinators and English-speaker secretaries to provide administrative supports (e.g. expensing, recruiting, and application submitting) when foreign investigators start their research activity at ASHBi. The detail of this program is here.

The detail is here.

Furthermore, we provide necessary support for visas, arrival and living in Japan for researchers and their families in collaboration with the Overseas Research Support Office of Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study (ORSO-KUIAS). Please refer to the following websites for information on visa.

Visa (Kyoto University International Service office)

Life at ASHBi/Kyoto

When you join ASHBi, you will be working/studying in Kyoto, a city of about 1.4 million located in the Kansai region almost in the center of the Japanese archipelago. Kyoto has a history of more than 1,200 years and was the capital of Japan from 794 to 1868. Widely considered the center of traditional Japanese culture, crafts such as tea ceremony (sa’do), flower arrangement (ka’do), and textile making are abundant. The city is dotted with about 1,800 Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, including world-renowned sites such as Kiyomizu Temple and Heian Shrine. The city is also known as a center of learning, with 38 universities including KyotoU. See this web page for information on Kyoto culture and living, immigration procedures, housing and education, and other related topics.

The detail is here.