Research Assistant Professor in Translational Medicine and Human Genetics

Organization
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Job Location
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Job Description

The Division of Translational Medicine and Human Genetics in the Department of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seeks candidates for several Assistant Professor positions in the non-tenure research track.

Requirements

Applicants must have an M.D and/or Ph.D or equivalent degree and have demonstrated excellent qualifications in research. Applicants should also have demonstrated excellent qualifications in biomedical research. The successful applicant(s) will have experience in molecular biology, human genetics, genome editing, pharmacogenomics, and/or translational medicine.

Position requires a minimum of five years of research experience since obtaining the doctoral degree and expertise in one or more areas listed above. Independent research funding is not required to obtain this position, but obtaining funding once in the position is expected.

We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense.

The University of Pennsylvania is an EOE. Minorities/Women/Individuals with disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

 

About Our Organization

The Perelman School of Medicine is recognized worldwide for its superior education and training of the next generation of physician-scientists and future leaders of academic medicine. With a top five ranking from US News and World Report, the nation's oldest medical school is indeed one of its best.

Penn emphasizes intellectual achievement and compassion in our three missions of patient care, education, and research. Our students are among the finest in the nation. They are matched in quality by the high level of instruction and research that we offer. Penn ranks second in the country in research and training grants awarded to medical schools by the National Institutes of Health. Our research strengths encompass all basic science and clinical disciplines and contribute to a rich and vibrant intellectual environment that generates wide-ranging innovation and advancement in medical care.

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