The Biology Department at Skidmore College, dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and mentorship of a diverse undergraduate population, invites applications for a tenure-track position in animal physiology at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank to begin Fall 2014.
We seek a physiologist with taxonomically broad training in physiology and anatomy, specializing in any of the following fields: endocrinology, immunology, toxicology, muscle physiology, cardiovascular physiology, neurophysiology or developmental biology. An integration of physiological function and adaption with comparative phylogenetic analysis at the cellular and molecular level is desirable. Skidmore College has a history of computational systems physiology and the exploitation of advanced imaging technologies; candidates with such strengths are particularly encouraged to apply. Minimal qualifications include a Ph.D. in Physiology or a related discipline.
We are especially interested in applicants who can contribute to the diversity of the College and it's excellence through their research, teaching and/or service, and we request that applicants include in their cover letter information on how they will further the College's goal of building a diverse learning community. In addition to the cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three references, a complete application will include a statement of teaching philosophy, along with description of the general aims of the applicant's research program and ways in which the applicant will engage undergraduates in research.
Review of complete applications will begin October 15th 2013.
Ph.D in Physiology or related discipline.
Required Applicant Documents:
Teaching Philosophy / Sample Syllabi
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