The positions are located in the Department of Pharmacology, a department consistently leading the field in funding and home to a world-class graduate pharmacology program. In 2016, the Department was ranked 7th in the nation in Pharmacology in NIH research funding and in 2017, in the top 11 in the United States based on QS World University Rankings by Subject in Pharmacy and Pharmacology. The department’s primary training emphasis is to train creative, independent researchers by providing both predoctoral students and postdoctoral fellow with a wide range of skills needed in this rapidly-evolving and increasingly competitive scientific world.
A PhD or MD/PhD or MD degree is required. Experience with biomedical research is highly desirable. Competitive candidates will have a publication record and excellent communication skills.
Job ID #95037