ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Cincinnati Children Hospital - Cincinnati, OH

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Responsibilities
        Will develop an independent, extramurally funded basic or translational research program in microbial pathogenesis (Asst Prof). The research should be of sufficient quality and scope to attract graduate students and postdocs. In addition to graduate students and postdocs, the faculty member will be expected to serve as a mentor to medical students, houseofficers, and fellows committed to a laboratory experience in microbial pathogenesis. Will actively seek collaborations w/other laboratory investigators at CCHMC. Will particiapte in the academic life of the Division of Infectious Diseases by taking the lead in organizing one of the academic programs currently active in the Division: e.g. data forum, journal club, or molecular ID seminars for fellows. Qualifications Qualifications Required: For MD candidates: MD degree; board certification in pediatric infectious diseases. For PhD candidates: Ph.D. degree and two years of posdoctoral experience. 4 years postdoctoral experience preferred. For Assistant Professors: Publication record and extramural funding consistent with appointment as Assistant Professor at UC/CCHMC. K08 preferred. Preferred: See above.

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