Physiology-Tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor
University of Illinois - College of Veterinary Medicine
August 2, 2017
Type & Experience Level:
Full Time - One to seven years
COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
DEPARTMENT OF COMPARATIVE BIOSCIENCES
Full-time, 100% (9-month basis) Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Physiology
The Department of Comparative Biosciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in physiology at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. We seek an outstanding scientist who conducts mechanistic studies to address basic or translational questions in broadly defined physiology areas. We are interested in candidates with expertise in organ system physiological function and the methodologies associated with organ/cellular function and their relationship to the whole organism. Candidates with expertise in epigenetic, genomic, imaging, or proteomic approaches are encouraged to apply. Special consideration will be given to candidates who can interact with departmental and college faculty members and strengthen existing research programs in cancer molecular therapeutics, developmental biology, neuroscience, pharmacology, reproductive biology, and toxicology.
This position offers outstanding scholarly and scientific resources in a collegial and collaborative department in addition to a competitive salary and startup package. The Department has strong links with the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, Biotechnology Center, Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Divisions of Neurosciences and Nutritional Sciences, the Institute for Genomic Biology, and the Metabolomics Center funded through the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust. Faculty within the department participate in Environmental Toxicology, Interdisciplinary Toxicology, and the Reproductive Biology Training Programs. Full information about the department is available at http://vetmed.illinois.edu/cb/index.html.
The position also offers the opportunity to teach graduate and professional students in areas such as cardiovascular, endocrine, or renal physiology. Candidates must have a Ph.D., M.D., DVM, or an equivalent doctoral degree, postdoctoral experience, and evidence of a creative, collegial and exceptional research track record. Salary is commensurate with experience. Candidates who would like to be considered at the rank of Associate Professor must have an active grant from major government funding agencies and outstanding track records of publication and funding. The appointment will begin on or about January 1, 2018. Earlier start dates may be negotiated.
Qualified applicants should go online at http://go.illinois.edu/Physiology to apply for the position. Please upload a cover letter, research statement, CV, and contact information for three references. Deadline for application is October 1, 2017. Applicants may be interviewed before the closing date; however, no hiring decision will be made until after that date, and applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Questions may be directed to Dr. Jing Yang at email@example.com.
The position also offers the opportunity to teach graduate and professional students in areas such as cardiovascular, endocrine, or renal physiology. Candidates must have a Ph.D., M.D., DVM, or an equivalent doctoral degree, postdoctoral experience, and evidence of a creative, collegial and exceptional research track record. Candidates who would like to be considered at the rank of Associate Professor must have an active grant from major government funding agencies and outstanding track records of publication and funding. The appointment will begin on or about January 1, 2018. Earlier start dates may be negotiated.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.
About University of Illinois - College of Veterinary Medicine
The College of Veterinary MedicineThe College of Veterinary Medicine is uniquely qualified to address some of the world’s most critical problems. Our qualifications arise from the singular role of the veterinary profession, the only health profession trained in multispecies comparative medicine and able to elucidate key interconnections among human health, the environment, and agriculture.Veterina...ry students have many opportunities to participate in research at Illinois, including monitoring the health of free-living box turtles in the area.Through our professional and graduate degree programs, we supply veterinary scientists who work to improve animal, human, and environmental health. Through our outreach programs we touch the lives of thousands of animals and their owners and provide direct services that place us on the front line of key economic and public health issues in Illinois. Through our research expertise and facilities, we are making significant contributions to science and facilitating the translation of discoveries in the theoretical sciences into biomedical applications that benefit human and animal health.The centerpiece of our college is the four-year doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree program. An innovative integrated curriculum introduced in 2009 has attracted the interest of educators around the world and was commended by the veterinary accreditation site visit team in 2013.The three academic departments – Comparative Biosciences, Pathobiology, and Veterinary Clinical Medicine – also offer master’s degree and PhD degree programs, as well as residencies in a number of veterinary medicine disciplines: anatomic pathology, anesthesiology, clinical pathology, clinical pharmacology, dentistry, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, equine medicine and surgery, food animal medicine and surgery, oncology, ophthalmology, production medicine/theriogenology (reproduction), small animal medicine, small animal surgery, and zoological, wildlife and exotic animal medicine. Internships at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital are non-degree educational programs designed to provide an in-depth knowledge of the management of clinical cases.The college has three service units: the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and the Medical District Veterinary Clinic in Chicago. They provide service to animal owners and veterinarians throughout the Midwest.