New York University School of Medicine announces its
search for new faculty at all levels on the tenured and tenure track.
This recruitment effort will be part of a strategic plan to increase
translational and basic research through an emphasis on 9 key programs
that will be closely tied to existing Departments at the School.
These programs were developed as part of the Dean's Growth Agenda
for the School and include: Cancer, Cardiovascular Biology, Dermatology
/ Cutaneous Biology, Genetics/Genomics/Proteomics, Medicine/Infectious
Diseases, Medicine/Renal, Microbial Pathogenesis, Smilow Neuroscience,
and Stem Cell Biology. These programs will be housed in the Joel
and Joan Smilow Research Center, a new 13-story building that is
opened on the Medical School campus in May 2006. The Dean and faculty
consider this a unique opportunity to expand our research base by
bringing new talented scientists that will work together with our
existing faculty to advance our the School's role as a premiere
teaching and biomedical research institution with a rich history
in the City of New York.
Successful candidates will have M.D. and/or Ph.D. degrees and will
have demonstrated excellence in research and education with a focus
in the areas covered by the programs.
For more details and application procedures, please visit: http://www.med.nyu.edu/smilowcenter.
The School of Medicine was founded in 1841 and is an equal opportunity,
affirmative action employer and provides a drug free workplace.
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