We are seeking an experienced individual to join our team. The candidate will focus on providing high-level expertise in pharmacology principles, theories, concepts, methods and techniques in order to design studies, manage projects and carry out investigations. The successful candidate is expected to develop and maintain a research program related to cardiovascular disease that is complementary to the department's strengths and to maintain scholarly activity. Teaching duties will include delivery of lectures to graduate and medical students as well as participation in active learning sessions of graduate and medical students. The candidate will be required to provide service to the department and institution by serving on committees. Additionally, specific duties and distribution of effort in teaching, research, and service duties will be determined by the Department Chair and subject to change based on the needs of the department.
The requirement for the Assistant Professor position include two year postdoctoral research. The successful candidate is expected to have a distinguished record of scholarly activity and teaching experience in Pharmacology and other basic science area. Attention will be given to applicants whose areas of research is cardiovascular disease which complements and strengthen existing research in the department and the wider School of Medicine.
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Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary includes an excellent benefits package as well as moving expenses.
Internal Number: 62633
About Tulane University School of Medicine
The Department of Pharmacology at Tulane University School of Medicine research focuses in the area of cardiovascular disease. Our mission is to educate and train medical and graduate students in the principles of pharmacology using modern techniques and will conduct state-of-the-art research in pharmacology-related fields in order to expand the frontiers of science and medicine.
We have a strong commitment to graduate, medical, post-graduate and junior faculty training. Our highly collaborative department conducts research, spanning molecular, cellular, and physiological level research with collaborators across the medical school and nationally.