University of Rochester Professor-Associate Professor-Assistant Professor - 190676 in Rochester, New York
Professor-Associate Professor-Assistant Professor Job ID 190676Location School of Medicine & Dentistry Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
POSITION TITLE: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor – Tenure Stream
DEPARTMENT: Department of Dentistry M&D, Eastman Institute for Oral Health
The Center for Oral Biology, Eastman Institute for Oral Health in the School of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Rochester is seeking a scientist to fill a tenure track position as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor. The candidate will conduct research in one of the following disciplines, related to oral biology: developmental genetics, stem cell and cancer biology, tissue engineering and repair, bacterial physiology/pathogenesis, regulation of mammalian gene expression, protein/glycoprotein interactions, or exocrine cell signaling/differentiation.
The successful candidate is expected to demonstrate evidence of a strong commitment to research, as well as independent research productivity, as exemplified by a strong record of peer-reviewed publications.
Candidate is expected to have a PhD, DDS/PhD or MD/PhD degree(s).
Candidate is expected to have experience commensurate with rank.
Candidate must be proficient in English with proven ability to write scientific documents.
Candidate should have a strong publication record as a first and as senior author of peer-reviewed articles.
Candidate will have a strong record of NIH (or equivalent) funding of research.
Candidate should be skilled in modern molecular and/or cellular techniques.
A post-offer health assessment is required.
Candidate must be eligible to work in the United States.
Expertise in one or more of the following areas is essential: developmental genetics, stem cell and cancer biology, tissue engineering and repair, bacterial physiology/pathogenesis, regulation of mammalian gene expression, protein/glycoprotein interactions, and exocrine cell signaling/differentiation.
Expertise or interest in model systems is desirable.
Candidate is expected to hold current extramural funding for research.
Candidate will be expected to supervise graduate and post-doctoral research projects.
Candidate is also expected to assist in teaching at the graduate level and in the Center for Oral Biology’s educational mission.
Candidate is expected to serve on Center and URMC committees regarding research and education goals of the institution.
To apply please apply online and submit a brief description of research experience and interests, as well as a curriculum vitae containing names and contact information for three references to Sue Gibbs: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Rochester is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled