Faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in the areas of Cancer Biology, Translational Genetics and Signal Transduction at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Possible course assignments may include but are not limited to new courses to be developed in cancer and translational genetics. In addition, faculty will mentor research projects of undergraduate and graduate students.
Faculty member should have a nationally recognized research program with an established record of publication in high-impact journals and success in securing external funding. They are expected to develop interdisciplinary collaborations to enhance the research program in cancer development and progression at VCU. In addition, they will mentor both undergraduate and graduate students in their research laboratory.
Faculty member will serve on Departmental and/or University committees as necessary, as well as in a professional capacity in their field, e.g., reviewer, conference organizer, etc. The individual will play a significant role in administrative functions of HMG and the VIMM.
• Ph.D. and/or M.D. in cancer biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, cancer genetics, signal transduction or a closely related discipline.
• Nationally recognized research program in an area related cancer development and progression, tumor dormancy and/or cancer therapy with an established record of publication in high-impact journals and success in securing external funding.
• Current government funding.
• Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
Richmond, Virginia 23284
Richmond , United States