Job no: 62097
Department: Cell & Developmental Biology
Employer: State of New York
Payroll Title: Assistant Professor HS, NSC5
Bargaining Unit: UUP (State University Professional Services Unit)
Work type: Full-time
Categories: Physician, Faculty & Librarians
PhD or MD/PhD in Cell Biology or related field. Should have an active track record of research activity as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications. Demonstrated ability to establish a well-funded research program is essential. Candidates with active K99/R00, R01 or NSF funding are preferred. We are particularly interested in outstanding candidates with expertise in cardiovascular development, cell signaling, and cancer biology, but also welcome applications from individuals with research programs in areas of cell motility and the cytoskeleton and cellular differentiation. Carry out high quality research; maintain a good publication record in peer-reviewed journals; fund research from extramural granting agencies; offer clear instruction to students in the Colleges of Medicine and Graduate Studies; offer research training to medical, graduate and postdoctoral students; consult and collaborate with colleagues in your area of expertise.
Candidates should have a PhD or MD/PhD degree and postdoctoral experience in cell biology or related field. Associate Professor should have an established track record of research productivity and funding.
Message to Applicants:
Please submit CV and cover letter with application. Rank and track are dependent upon qualifications.
Stacy Mehlek, Faculty Affairs & Faculty Development
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Advertised: Dec 04 2019 Eastern Standard Time