The faculty member will develop an independent research agenda, pursue extramural support for their research program, and teach courses within our M.S. in Respiratory Care ( MSRC ) distance education program.
Applicants will establish a strong, externally funded research program related to polymer rheology, direct M.S. and Ph.D. students, teach graduate and undergraduate classes, and contribute to the functioning of the department, college, and university through service on committees and participation in departmental activities.
The individual in this position will perform research in biomedical informatics, bioinformatics, biostatistics, systems biology, or a related field, and engage in collaborations with others at UConn Health and the Storrs Campus of UConn, area hospitals, and the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine.
The Professor of Instruction will be able to teach across programs with focus in undergraduate nursing courses (clinical and lecture settings) as well as to maintain involvement with research and scholarship along with participation in School, College, and University Service.
The Ideal candidate should have experience in the minimally invasive treatment of thoracic surgical disease including benign and malignant disease of esophagus, foregut, lung, mediastinum, pleura, chest wall, trachea and diaphragm.
The Assistant Professor will teach courses in undergraduate and/or graduate programs in Nursing. Involvement with research and scholarly activities is expected along with participation in School, College and University service.
Teach clinical and/or didactic counseling courses, advise students, and provide program/school service primarily in the Counselor Education and Supervision Doctoral Program (Counselor Education track) and as needed in the School Counseling Masters Program.
The Assistant Professor will have responsibilities to teach graduate and undergraduate courses; supervise speech-language pathology graduate student clinicians; contribute to school with research/scholarship and service.
The Research Assistant Professor will contribute to the integrated research land - grant Mission of the home unit and the IANR, as an effective scholar and citizen, including supporting student recruitment and IANR science literacy.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop a funded research program that builds upon their expertise while complementing and supporting multidisciplinary research efforts within the Department.