Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) – Northwest-Gary, one of eight regional campuses in the IUSM statewide system, invites applications from outstanding individuals for a non-tenure track, 12-month teaching appointment in Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor level. A Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree with at least three (3) years of teaching experience is desirable. Successful candidates will report directly to the Center Director and be responsible for teaching all pharmacology topics, in addition to cardiovascular and autonomic physiology, in multiple foundational science courses throughout the first two years of IUSM’s innovative organ system-based curriculum. Teaching responsibilities will include design of and responsibility for content, preparation of course materials, presentation of lectures and facilitation of small group learning sessions, continuous review and improvement of the curriculum, and maintaining a broad knowledge of up-to-date scholarship in relevant fields to insure that course content is current and meets or exceeds the standards expected by the University. The successful candidate will also possess a suitable background in course administration and be able to serve effectively as Statewide Leader of a multidisciplinary Cardiovascular and Hematology course. The position may also include, at the Director’s discretion, limited additional academic duties and student mentoring. Research is not a requirement for this position. Interested individuals can apply through this link: http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/3807 More information about our campus and educational programs can be found on our website http://iusm-nw.medicine.iu.edu/ or contact Dr. Carl Marfurt (email@example.com), Chair, Search Committee. Indiana University is an EEO/AA employer, F/F/D/V.
A Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree with at least three (3) years of teaching experience is desirable.
IU School of Medicine offers a world-class medical education throughtout nine statewide campuses that offer rural and urban settings that are consistently recognized for livability. With access to leading medical researchers, a large hospital network and top NIH funding in many areas of medicine, the School offers outstanding opportunities for career growth, development and continuous learning.
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