Assistant Professor, Cancer Biology
Categories: Faculty / Physician
Department: Childrens Research Institute
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
The Children's Research Institute (CRI) at the University of Texas-Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX seeks applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of cancer biology. Outstanding investigators at any rank will be considered. Candidates must have a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degrees and the ability to direct an independently-funded research program exploring any aspect of cancer biology.
The UT-Southwestern Medical Center has a long and distinguished history of excellence in disease-related basic science research. The CRI is recruiting outstanding individuals dedicated to solving fundamental problems in biology and disease. The CRI is a dynamic and highly collaborative scientific environment. Major areas of focus within the CRI include stem cell biology, cancer biology, and metabolism.
Please submit a CV, a 2-page summary of past accomplishments and research plans, and ask three references to submit letters by November 1, 2015 to CRIApplicants@utsouthwestern.edu.
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