This position works collaboratively with the campus research community to develop future requirements and vision for research computing, to determine the most effective manner for delivering consulting and support services to researchers, and to ensure that the vision and support services are implemented effectively.
The successful candidate will be able to work across disciplines within the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, as well as across Colleges, such as Public Health, Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Medicine.
Perform independent research experiments in collaboration with the principal investigator including the use of biochemical, cell and molecular biology, histological, microscopic, microbiological, and/or animal assays.
The Senior Director leads a comprehensive research-safety program that dovetails with other safety and compliance areas of the University and with other research-support functions within the Office of Research, Discovery & Innovation.
As Chair of the Program in Applied Mathematics, the appointee would be expected to provide leadership in the continued development of the Program's quality and recognition, and would have the opportunity and resources to participate in faculty recruitment initiatives in partnership with other academic units.
We develop new computational methods for integrating multi-'omics data and investigating how cellular networks are altered in complex diseases and phenotypes, with a view to identifying therapeutic strategies and advancing precision medicine.
The faculty member for this position will be expected to work collaboratively with other university departments, state, tribal, and local health departments and health agencies, and national/international health organizations.
Participates in analyzing and documenting existing processes and systems for possible improvements and recommends new or revised systems; provides assistance in designing reporting systems, forms and related business tools.
The successful candidate will be an internationally recognized leader with a PhD or MD and a substantial record of NIH-funded research and peer-reviewed scholarly productivity. She or he will have the in-depth knowledge and ability to effectively lead scientific researchers and academicians while embracing the importance of academic distinction, diversity, and financial sustainability.
Will have a distinguished research record in moral and social philosophy broadly construed, "PPE" (Philosophy, Politics and Economics), or political economy. Candidates must be qualified to teach both graduate level courses and courses in the Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law undergraduate major.