medical licensure in the State of Minnesota, board certified or board eligible in pediatric pathology, completion of an ACGME-accredited pathology residency training and a pediatric pathology fellowship or significant experience in pediatric pathology.
The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota is seeking to hire a full-time tenure track/tenured or academic track faculty member to join our Division of Computational Pathology. Computational Pathology is an emerging field that seeks.
The automated calling of structural variation (copy number variants) using cytogenetic SNP arrays and next generation sequencing data with an interactive visualization and comparison to data from other cases seen.
Preference will be given to candidates whose research and/or teaching incorporates original methodologies for engaging not only with the Western musical canon (particularly music post-1900), but also with one or more of the following areas of music theory and analysis: history of music theory, popular music, gender and sexuality, cognition and perception, and non-Western traditions and cultures.
Professional experience using advanced features of Microsoft Office (Word-mail merge, tables, hyperlinks; Excel-designing worksheets/charts and linking worksheets; PowerPoint-designing and building custom slides/templates, incorporating sound/video clips, packaging and running presentations)
Develops new avenues of investigation and writes literature reviews and manuscripts. Assists in drafting proposals to procure research funding. Identifies and applies integrative solutions to technologies and processes and understands the smallest details of a defined area.