Assistant Professor position in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. A scientist working in the area of fungal pathogenesis to establish a competitive externally funded research program with the potential to complement the University’s research strengths in host-pathogen interactions, immunity and host defense, cell biology, genetics, genomics, physiology, drug discovery, translational research, and clinical trials. Major responsibilities will include submitting research proposals, managing a successful laboratory, writing and publishing at least one peer-reviewed manuscript per year, teaching/mentoring undergraduate, graduate, and medical students, and service to the academic community at the University and the field.
Required Qualifications: Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent in a relevant field of study, plus applicable postdoctoral or faculty experience.
Internal Number: 321512
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