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Assistant Professor, Biological and Biochemical Research

Employer
Morehouse School Of Medicine
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 30, 2022

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Sector
Academic / Research
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Other
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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Position Details

Posting Number ACAD313

Job Title Assistant Professor, Biological and Biochemical Research

Position Title Assistant Professor, Biological and Biochemical Research

Position Type Faculty

Number of vacancies 1

Salary Commensurate with experience

Department Micro/Biochem/Immun (MBI)

Position Summary

In support of Morehouse School of Medicines Vision; Leading the creation and advancement of health equity, the Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Immunology ( MBI ) is seeking an Assistant Professor, Biological and Biochemical Research.

Morehouse School of Medicine ( MSM ) is developing a Natural Products Research Center ( NPRC ), which will focus on biological and biochemical research aimed at identifying, validating, and developing therapies from natural based products (e.g., plants, viruses, other natural sources). And the NPRC is establishing a new area of research around medical cannabis and the endocannabinoid system. Hence, the successful candidate will be expected to work with existing and future NPRC faculty and staff, to teach and train students in biochemistry, and therapeutic development and analysis, while developing or maintaining their own independent, yet collaborative, research program. Thus, we are seeking a candidate with (i) expertise in drug development and analysis and (ii) the background in this system to build this new area at MSM . Preferred linked broad research areas that already exist at MSM are cancer, infectious diseases, neurology, or cardiometabolic disease. Finally, familiarity with, and/or experience using, current bioinformatic methods to analyze and visualize data (e.g., proteomic, metabolomic, lipidomic) is important.

The Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Immunology ( MBI ) has a national and international network allowing a wide array of, and ample opportunities for collaboration in multiple research areas. These areas include immunology, drug development, genomics, complementary & integrative health, natural product-based research, cancer, and infectious diseases including virology, protozoology, and bacteriology. MSM has renovated core facilities providing both basic shared-use equipment as well as specialized services such as microparticle analysis, zebra fish development, and advanced imaging facilities.

Faculty members have additional access to core facilities as part of:

(I) The Georgia Clinical Translational Science Academy (https://georgiactsa.org/)

(II) The Georgia Core Facilities Partnership, which links many intensive research institutions across Georgia allowing access across the partnership to their core facilities

( III ) The RCMI Translational Research Network (https://www.rtrn.net/) which is a collaborative organization of 18 minority serving institutions across the US. These resources obviously contribute to the outstanding research environment and provide a wide range of opportunities for collaborative research within MSM , and our regional partners.

The initial faculty appointment will be for a period of twelve (12) months with the possibility of renewal.

Minimum Qualifications

MD degree

Georgia Medical License

Board Certification in Internal Medicine

Preferred experience in medical student and/or resident teaching

Good interpersonal skills

High level of professionalism

Preferred Qualifications

Posting Date 05/12/2022

Closing Date

Open Until Filled Yes

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