The Assistant/Associate Dean for Rural Health at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences is responsible for administrative duties relevant to the planning, development, delivery, and evaluation of those activities designated as Rural Health.
Research position to work in Lung Biology and Toxicology Lab to study non-coding RNAs, pathogenesis of lung diseases, host-pathogen interactions during influenza virus and bacterial infections and/or stem cell therapy of lung diseases.
Responsible for the performance, integrity and security of the OSU CHS network infrastructure by protecting all OSU Center for Health Sciences and clinics' computer assets from being accessed, tampered with or physically damaged by unauthorized parties.
Non-Tenure track position that is actively involved in patient care and teaching medical students and residents at College ambulatory clinics. Appropriate effort and activity in clinical research and service will also be necessary as well as a clinical record of sufficient depth.
Experience in the practice of forensic science with an interest in becoming an effective teacher and researcher, or, experience teaching forensic science and close ties to practitioners in their discipline of forensic science.
The successful applicant must have strong potential for effective teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, for serving on dissertation committees, for procuring external funding and for outstanding research leading to publication in internationally recognized journals.
Teaching courses in development as well as learning and motivation appropriate to the candidate's expertise and the program needs, conducting research and publishing in scholarly journals, advising and supervising graduate students, and serving the school, college, university, and profession.
Post-Doctoral Fellow position available in the Influenza and Innate Immunity Laboratory, the Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases at Oklahoma State University to study influenza infection and host innate immune defense.