Professor and Chair
Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology
The Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine invites applications and nominations for the position of PROFESSOR AND
CHAIR of its Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology
(formerly “Cell Biology and Anatomy”). Applicants must possess a PhD
and/or MD and are expected to have a history of continued funding and an
active research program, a strong record of accomplishment in mentoring
postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty, administrative and leadership skills,
and a commitment to education and academic excellence. The department
currently has research strengths in regenerative medicine, tissue
engineering, and cardiovascular development and disease (see
http://regmed.musc.edu). The selected individual will report directly to the
Dean of the College of Medicine and will be expected to foster new areas
of research within the department while supporting and enhancing current
The Medical University of South Carolina is in the midst of an exciting period
of growth with NCI designation for the Hollings Cancer Center, a CTSA
award, and two new research buildings. This is an outstanding opportunity
for the right candidate in a city known for its enviable quality of life.
Nominations, expressions of interest and applications may be submitted
confidentially via email to the University’s consultant, Witt/Kieffer, to the
attention of Karen Otto and Donna Padilla at MUSCREGEN@wittkieffer.com.
Interested individuals may also submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae,
and the names and contact information of three references via the MUSC
employment website at https://www.jobs.musc.edu/postings/23053.
MUSC is an equal opportunity employer, promoting workplace diversity.
Bacteria- and virus-host interactions,
Department of Immunobiology
The Department of Immunobiology at the University of Arizona (UA) College
of Medicine (COM) invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in
bacteriology and virology at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. We seek
outstanding scientists who will establish competitive, front-rank, independent
research programs on the interactions of bacteria and viruses with their hosts
at the molecular, cellular, or organismal level. The UA and the Department
of Immunobiology recognize the power of a diverse community and strongly
encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences, perspectives,
and backgrounds. Candidates who use multidisciplinary approaches to
probe microbe-host interactions that impact intrinsic or innate responses to
infection, commensalism, persistence, and/or host metabolism, particularly
at the respiratory or gut mucosal surfaces, are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree in the relevant Ield
of study and postdoctoral experience. The successful candidates are expected
to obtain extramural funding for their research programs and participate in
graduate and medical student teaching. Salary and start-up funds are attractive
and commensurate with qualiIcations and experience. Information on the
Department of Immunobiology, UA centers and institutes, core facilities and the
interdepartmental ABBS graduate training program can be found at (http://immu
nobiology.arizona.edu) and ( http://medicine.arizona.edu/about-college/centers).
UA is in the midst of bold investment into doubling its research capacity as a part
of the Never Settle strategic plan. Coupled with outstanding climate, lifestyle
and cultural environment ( http://immunobiology.arizona.edu/content/about-tucson), this makes UA the place to be in the next few decades. Please submit
applications containing (i) CV; (ii) a 2-page summary of current research and
teaching interests and long-term goals; and (iii) three letters of recommendation;
electronically at the following URL address (applications will not be reviewed
unless all letters are received): https://www.uacareertrack.com/applicants/
jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1392219433886 and search postings
for job number 54209.
THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA IS AN EEO/AA/ADA EMPLOYER.
WOMEN AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.