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The University of Rochester invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position jointly appointed to the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (www.bme.rochester.edu) and the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology in the School of Medicine and Dentistry (https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pharmacology-physiology.aspx). Preference will be given to candidates at the rank of Assistant Professor, however outstanding candidates at higher ranks will be considered. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree and should have demonstrated significant research accomplishments that intersect biomedical engineering and pharmacology or physiology, or related fields. Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to, microphysiological systems, synthetic biology, drug delivery, biomaterials, quantitative cellular and/or systems physiology, and regenerative tissue engineering. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain an independent, extramurally funded research program and to participate in departmental educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Numerous opportunities for collaborations exist, with BME departmental strengths in tissue engineering, materials science, biomedical optics, neuroengineering, nanotechnology, microdevices and biosensors, and biomedical ultrasound; research strengths in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology include mechanistic studies related to neuropharmacology, cardiovascular physiology, G protein-coupled receptors, extracellular matrix, calcium and ion channel signaling, all in the context of both normal and diseased states.
The University of Rochester Medical Center and the adjacent Schools of Arts, Sciences and Engineering are part of a world- class life sciences research campus, providing excellent opportunities for multiple cross-disciplinary interactions and collaborations. The Robert B. Goergen Hall for Biomedical Engineering and Optics houses the Integrated Nanosystems Center and is a short walk from the University of Rochester Medical Center. Affiliated centers include the Del Monte Institute for Neuromedicine, the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging, the Center for Visual Science, the Center for Medical Technology and Innovation, the Institute for Data Science, Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute, the Center for Musculoskeletal Research, the Wilmot Cancer Institute, the Rochester Center for Biomedical Ultrasound, the Institute of Optics, and the Environmental Health and Science Center. Thus, the University of Rochester offers an exceptionally rich environment for translational research, and both clinical and basic science collaboration.
The University of Rochester is a private, top-tier research university located in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. Its seven schools include the Eastman School of Music, the Simon School of Business, and the Warner School of Education. Rochester is a vibrant, mid-sized city situated on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, and is within driving distance of New York City, Toronto, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo. The city boasts a lively arts and cultural scene and is home to the Eastman Theater and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the International Jazz Festival, the Strong Museum of Play, and a wide variety of art festivals and fairs. Rochester was voted the "most livable city" by Places Rated Almanac, and was named one of the best places to raise a family by both Forbes and Kiplinger magazines, due to its short commutes, low cost of living, and top public schools. In 2010, Forbes also named Rochester the nation’s 10th most innovative city.
Candidates should apply to the position at https://www.rochester.edu/faculty-recruiting. Application materials must include a cover letter, a CV, a research plan, and a statement of teaching interests. Applicants should arrange for three reference letters to be submitted. Review of applications will begin upon receipt and applications received by December 1 will receive full consideration. Please address questions to the search committee co-chairs, Dr. Denise Hocking, Department of Pharmacology and Physiology (email@example.com) and Dr. Hani Awad, Department of Biomedical Engineering (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University of Rochester and the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Pharmacology and Physiology are committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community and the curriculum (https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/inclusion-culture-development.aspx and http://www.rochester.edu/diversity/). Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and identify their strengths and experiences in this area. The University of Rochester is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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Postdoctoral Scientist to study Ion Channel Structure and Function
Two postdoctoral researcher positions funded by NIH R00 grants and University start-up are available in the laboratory of Dr. Tingting Yang in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology to study the structure and function of Calcium-activated Chloride Channels, and human diseases caused by their mutations. The Yang lab employs a wide variety of experimental approaches including electrophysiological recordings, confocal imaging, CRSIPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing, X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM. The successful candidates will bring expertise in one or more of these methods, learn some of the others and be in an excellent position to write their own competitive K99 application.
Positions are open until filled. Salary is according to NIH pay scale. Fluency in written and spoken English is a requirement. Candidates with experience in patch clamp and planar lipid bilayer will be given preference.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send application by email to Dr. Tingting Yang (email@example.com) including a position specific cover letter describing suitability, research accomplishments and career goals, a CV and contact information for at least 3 references.
Postdoctoral Scientist to study Ion Channel Structure and Function
The MacLean lab in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology is looking for an independent, internally motivated postdoctoral fellow to study the biophysics of either ionotropic Glutamate Receptors or Acid Sensing Ion Channels. The lab uses a combination of patch clamp with fast perfusion, kinetic modeling, fluorescence spectroscopy, unnatural amino acid incorporation, structural biology as well as basic molecular biological and biochemical techniques. See MacLeanlab.net for more details. The successful candidate for this NIH R00 and start-up funded position will bring expertise in one or more of these methods, learn some of the others and be in an excellent position to write their own competitive K99 application.
Position is open until filled. Salary is according to NIH pay scale. Fluency in written and spoken English is a requirement. Candidates with experience in single channel recording and analysis will be given preference.
HOW TO APPLY:Please send application by email to Dr. David MacLean (firstname.lastname@example.org) including a position specific cover letter describing suitability, research accomplishments and career goals, a CV and contact information for at least 3 references.
Molecular Physiology of Cardiac Pacemaking
University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus
Department of Physiology & Biophysics and
Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology
The Proenza lab in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics and the Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus seeks creative, independent and motivated postdoctoral scientists for NIH-funded projects to study cardiac pacemaking and HCN channel biophysics.
Exciting high-impact studies await first authors! Projects in the lab include understanding the responses of the sinoatrial node to physiological challenges such as aging, disease and exercise training, identification of novel HCN4 channel regulators, and delineation of signaling microdomains in sinoatrial myocytes. Techniques include patch clamp electrophysiology to study isolated sinoatrial node myocytes and heterologously-expressed ion channels, biochemistry and proteomics to discover and characterize novel HCN channel interaction partners, and dynamic clamp and computational approaches to evaluate contributions of different ionic currents to pacemaking.
Job responsibilities and expectations:
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send by email to Dr. Catherine Proenza (email@example.com)
Positions are open until filled. Preferred start date fall, 2017 (negotiable). Salary according to NIH postdoctoral pay scale.
The University of Colorado is an equal opportunity employer.
Assistant Professor - Neurobiology
Department of Biology
Utah State University
The Department of Biology (www.biology.usu.edu) invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position (50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service) in Neurobiology. We seek an innovative scientist with research interests in nervous system function using modern cellular and molecular/genetic approaches. Preference will be given to those applicants that expand on existing strengths in the department and university. Teaching will include participation in the Introductory Biology sequence for majors, as well as an advanced course in the applicant’s area of specialization.
A Ph.D. and postdoctoral experience are required. Candidates will be expected to establish an independent, externally funded, and nationally recognized research program; form effective collaborations with other faculty; and contribute to undergraduate and graduate education in the Department of Biology. The successful applicant will be part of the newly established Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Neuroscience (www.neuroscience.usu.edu) which is comprised of faculty with neuroscience-related interests across several colleges and departments. Implementation of innovative teaching methods is encouraged.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants must apply electronically, using the online system at www.usu.edu/hr. Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statements of teaching and research philosophy and goals, and the names and contact information (including email addresses) for three references. Up to three publications or manuscripts should also be submitted. For further information or inquiries, please contact Nancy Kay Pierson (NancyKay.Pierson@usu.edu), Search Manager. Review of applications will begin 1 January 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
The Department of Biology has more than 45 faculty at 6 campuses and 56 graduate students with MS and PhD programs in Biology, Ecology and Neuroscience. The Biology Department guarantees graduate student support for up to five years for all matriculated students. The Department is committed to excellence in research and teaching.
Utah State University is committed to enhancing multicultural and gender diversity and is sensitive to the needs of dual-career couples. It is an AA/EO employer and encourages application from minorities, women, people with disabilities and veterans. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires that work eligibility be documented for all new employees. Please be prepared to verify eligibility for employment.
Tenure Track Faculty Position in
University of Maryland School of Medicine
OPENING:The Department of Physiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine (http://medschool.umaryland.edu/physiology), invites outstanding scientists with expertise and research interests in cardiovascular biology to apply for a tenure-track faculty position at any level. Candidates who develop an integrated understanding of physiological and/or pathological processes, spanning from molecule to organ and body system, are especially encouraged to apply.
The Department of Physiology, ranked 11th in NIH funding, is renowned for its research excellence. Internationally recognized faculty lead cutting edge research programs in neuroscience and cardiovascular, renal, and muscle biology. We enjoy highly collaborative scientific ventures with clinical and basic science faculty throughout the University. State-of-the-art facilities include core laboratories for microscopy, imaging, genetics, genomics, physiological phenotyping, and structural biology. NIH-funded training programs in cardiac biology, vascular biology, muscle biology, neuroscience, and integrative membrane biology enhance our research activities.
M.D., Ph.D. or equivalent degree is required. Qualified candidates should send a CV, a brief summary of past research accomplishments, a teaching portfolio, a statement of future research goals, and have three letters of reference sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 15th for consideration.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow to Study Cardiac Ion Channel Biology
School of Medicine, Cardiology Division
University of Colorado
The collaborative, multi-disciplinary group of Drs. Christine Tompkins, Lori Walker and Roger Bannister in the Cardiology Division of the University of Colorado School of Medicine is seeking a full-time postdoctoral research fellow to investigate sex differences in cardiac ion channel function in response to ischaemic events. Preference will be given to individuals with expertise in ion channel biology and cellular electrophysiology techniques. Applicants are expected to be highly motivated and committed to a career in the sciences. Fluency in English is required.
Salary is commensurate with skills and experience. The University of Colorado offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits programs is located at http://www.cu.edu/pbs/
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested individuals should contact either Dr. Tompkins, Dr. Walker or Dr. Bannister via email:
Assistant Professor of Human Physiology
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
OPENING: Human Physiologist
UW System Title: Assistant Professor (C40NN)
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 17-53F51
JOB OPENING ID: 12390
Position Description: The Department of Biology, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is offering a tenure-track, nine-month faculty position in Human Physiology beginning late August, 2017. Teaching includes the human physiology course, and may include senior seminar, introductory biology, as well as an opportunity to develop an advanced course in an area of specialty that complements our current program. Successful candidates will also be expected to maintain a research program, advise students, and engage in Department and University service. Innovative teaching and involvement of undergraduates in research is strongly encouraged. Appointment with a PhD or equivalent will be at the level of Assistant Professor.
Department/University Description: The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Biology Department provides an outstanding student-centered program emphasizing both classroom learning and hands-on independent research with faculty. High quality student-professor interactions are a priority at UWSP. The human physiologist will be moving to a new science building in Fall, 2018, which will house the electron and light microscopy suite, human physiology teaching and research labs, and animal care facility.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, part of the University of Wisconsin System, is a leading four-year comprehensive institution located in scenic Central Wisconsin. Approximately 9,300 students are enrolled with a student faculty ratio of 20:1 in the classroom. While primarily serving undergraduates through a variety of baccalaureate programs, UW-Stevens Point also offers several master's level graduate programs and an applied doctoral degree (Au.D.) in audiology. The 406-acre campus features state-of-the-art facilities and the Schmeeckle Nature Reserve. The university has a strong focus on sustainability initiatives and has been named one of the nation’s green universities by The Princeton Review. The university is committed to creating a safe, inclusive learning community for all faculty and staff from a variety of backgrounds. Visit www.uwsp.edu for more information about UW-Stevens Point.
Appointment Date: late August, 2017
Terms of Employment: Assistant Professor of Biology (Instructor if Ph.D. is not completed). Salary will be commensurate with qualifications.
Deadline: Continuous recruitment with first review of completed applications starting November 1, 2016. To assure consideration, completed applications need to be received by end of day on October 31. Applications received on or after November 1 may be considered.
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