FACULTY POSITION IN PATHOLOGY RESEARCH
Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
DALLAS, TEXAS (USA). The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Pathology is looking for exceptional scientists (MD, MD/PhD or PhD) to be an independent investigator with experience in neuroscience, immunology, stem cell biology, or cancer biology using state‐of‐the art technologies who focus on mechanisms of disease at a cellular or molecular level. Preference will be given to those with existing extramural grant funds. Appointment rank will be commensurate with academic accomplishments and experience. Associate or Full Professor, tenured, subject to approval. Excellent resources, start‐up funds, new or renovated laboratory space are available as are proximity to UTSW Cores and animal facilities. The Department has an outstanding mix of young, mid‐career and senior investigators who operate in a collegial and stimulating environment.
Applicants must complete an online application, attaching a cover letter, curriculum vitae, brief research statement, and contact information for at least three references, at https://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu/ Reference requisition #745183
Consideration may be given to applicants seeking less than a full-time schedule.
This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information.
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