Positions for Full, Associate and Assistant Faculty posted by individual research departments.
|09/14/2021||References to Dr. Alex Almasan via email to Christina Stuart
The Department of Cancer Biology at the Lerner Research Institute, home to laboratory, translational, and clinical research at the Cleveland Clinic, is seeking to recruit faculty at all academic levels with a particular interest in breast, lung, genitourinary (prostate, kidney, bladder), and pancreatic cancers. Theoverarching goal of the Department of Cancer Biology is to define the underlying molecular mechanisms and clinical behavior of cancer to identify new therapeutic strategies. The position presents an exceptional opportunity to partner with outstanding clinical oncology programs to translate basic discoveries to the clinic. In addition, Department Faculty are members of the NCI-designated Case Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University.
Links to the Department and Lerner Research Institute are here.
Cancer Biology: https://www.lerner.ccf.org/cancerbio/
Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D., or both, and an exceptional track record of accomplishment. The successful applicant will be supported by generous start-up funds.
Candidates should submit a CV, short narrative of research interests and plans (2 page maximum), and three names for references, via e-mail to Alex Almasan, Ph.D., c/o Christina Stuart, email@example.com.
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The Cleveland Clinic Health System (CC) is searching for a doctoral level faculty member to join its multidisciplinary Department of Quantitative Health Sciences on the Cleveland, Ohio main campus. This is a full-time position consisting of 35% teaching, 35% collaboration, and 30% research. A doctoral degree with expertise in epidemiology, biostatistics or a related discipline is required. The position includes non-tenured appointment to the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University at rank commensurate with experience, and candidates should have substantial interest in teaching epidemiological and other research methods courses to medical students and CC trainees. Candidates should also enjoy collaborating on and bringing creative analytic approaches to complex problems in health care, and have a strong desire to publish journal articles. Excellent English language written and oral communication skills are essential.
This is a ‘hard money’ position with no explicit requirements to obtain salary support and a matrix reporting environment consistent with its diverse responsibilities.
Interested candidates should email a curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, the names of at least three references and a letter summarizing experience, research interests, and fit for the position to QHSjobsearch@ccf.org. Review of applications will begin August, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
The Department of Quantitative Health Sciences has 27 faculty and over 125 members. Areas of disciplinary research application include biostatistical methods, clinical trials, population health, statistical genetics, bioinformatics, statistical computing, predictive modeling and computational biology. More information can be found at: http://www.clevelandclinic.org/qhs.
The Department of Inflammation & Immunity in the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute is conducting a search for new faculty members at the Assistant Professor academic level. This search is a coordinated effort with a substantial expansion of the entire Institute around a new Center for Pathogen Research and Human Health. We seek talented investigators with innovative ideas and experimental models to develop successful research programs in either traditional areas of immunology or emerging areas that have synergy with other disciplines such as informatics and biomedical engineering. We are especially interested in candidates that may have unique areas of interest and expertise that may not yet be mainstream. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. We also welcome candidates with dual degrees (M.D., D.O., D.V.M.).
The Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, currently with nearly 190 independent investigators in 8 departments and an annual budget of ~ $300 million, has a commitment to excellence in basic, translational and clinical science, with an emphasis on interactive, collaborative research. A major strength of our research programs is the ability to work closely with physicians in the #2 ranked hospital in the US/world to establish unique directions for our work that can ultimately lead to improvements for the quality of life of our patients. The Institute offers an outstanding mentorship for young faculty members, generous start up and salary support, as well as world class facilities and core services.
Applicants should have rigorous training in immunology and/or synergistic areas as well as an outstanding track record of accomplishment during their graduate student and postdoctoral training. The Department is particularly interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Applicants should send a cover letter, a short narrative of research accomplishments, interests and future plans, their curriculum vitae, and the names of three referees for letters of reference to Kelsey Duhaime, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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