Maine’s only medical school, UNECOM is located on the southern Maine coast, 90 minutes north of Boston. Tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Biomedical Sciences. We seek an outstanding individual with demonstrated excellence in teaching pharmacology to participate in the development and delivery of an innovative, interdisciplinary medical curriculum. In addition, the successful candidate will join a growing group of neuroscience investigators examining the neurobiology of pain and opioid pharmacology across a variety of preclinical models using sophisticated imaging, molecular, and behavioral analyses. Individuals with research interests that complement the existing research programs at the University are preferred. Research space with state-of-the-art shared instrumentation is available.
This faculty position is a full-time, 12-month, tenure-track appointment; rank commensurate with credentials/experience. The search committee will begin reviewing applications on April 10, 2018.
Responsible for maintaining a competitive, extramurally funded research program. Additional responsibilities include team-based delivery of innovative medical and dental curricula, and providing academic service to the college, university, and his/her profession.
Doctoral degree with significant interest and experience in the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, with preferredexperience in teaching neuropharmacology and/or cardiovascular pharmacology. Expected to establish or be established in his/her field of expertise, with demonstrated research independence as evidenced by current independent funding and a strong publication record in peer-reviewed journals. Demonstrated success in teaching in the health sciences professions. Excellent oral and written communication skills. More senior applicants should also possess strong publication and extramural funding records with demonstrated management and leadership capabilities.
Documents needed to apply include: a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, Statement on Teaching experience/philosophy and a Statement on Research interests/experiences.
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