The Department of Pharmacology at the University of Minnesota invites applications to fill multiple tenured and tenure-track faculty positions. Our current areas of research strength include cancer biology and therapeutics, immunology and infectious disease, neuropharmacology and addiction, and signal transduction. As we look to a sustained period of growth under new departmental leadership, we intend to build on these areas of strength while enhancing other domains including structural and computational biology, OMICs sciences, and drug discovery.
Required applicant qualifications include a PhD in the biomedical sciences or an MD degree, and relevant postdoctoral training. Applicants for tenure-track Assistant Professor positions must have a strong publication record, and success in competing for research funding is also desirable. Applicants for tenured Associate Professor or Professor positions must have a record of sustained funding and high-impact research publications, a commitment to collaborative research and mentorship, and solid teaching credentials.
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