University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago
The Department of Pharmacology seeks highly qualified candidates to fill a tenured/tenure track position at any rank. The candidate is expected to have a demonstrated record of excellence based on publications and NIH funding. The ideal candidate should complement existing departmental strengths in lung and vascular biology, inflammation, thrombosis, stem cell and regenerative biology, epigenetics and transcriptional regulation, imaging and synthetic biology tool development to dissect cell signaling. The department ranks among the top in the country in NIH funding (http://mcph.uic.edu/home). Please submit a PDF file with curriculum vitae and summary of research plan to the Search Committee via: email@example.com and apply online at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=88455
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We are a basic sciences department in the College of Medicine
The department's strengths are in the broad areas of cell signaling, cardiovascular and lung biology, stem cells and regenerative medicine, and drug discovery. Investigators lead programs in both basic and translational research related to a number of pathologies.
Our department consistently leads the field in funding and is home to a... world-class graduate pharmacology program. In 2016, we were ranked 7th in the nation in our field in NIH research funding and in 2017, we were ranked in the top 11 in the United States based on QS World University Rankings by Subject in Pharmacy and Pharmacology.