The Center for Anatomical Sciences at the University of North Texas Health Sciences Center in Fort Worth, TX invites applications for a full-time faculty position that focuses on teaching human gross anatomy. The new hire will contribute to lecture and laboratory instruction of cadaver-based human gross anatomy courses for medical (MD and DO), physical therapy, physician assistant, and graduate students. Other duties may include mentoring graduate students in the Structural Anatomy and Rehabilitation Sciences graduate program, preparing quality human cadaver prosections for use in anatomy courses, and involvement in the Center’s numerous K-12 science outreach programs. Current CAS faculty have teaching and research backgrounds in anatomy, biological anthropology, evolutionary biology, histology, embryology, education, and K-12 science outreach.
The Center is home to the BioSkills Laboratory which supports clinical training activities for health care professionals from all over the United States. These activities include training in orthopedic procedures, ultrasound guided pain management and joint injection, spine and back pain management, and numerous other surgical training events. Candidates with the ability to contribute to these clinical/surgical skills training sessions will be given particular consideration.
The successful applicant must have an M.S., Ph.D., D.O., M.D., or equivalent degree. ABD students with at least 1-3 years of teaching experience in dissection-based human gross anatomy will be considered. For full consideration, materials should be submitted by June 15, 2019 (position will remain open until filled). Applicants should email a cover letter, CV, and the names and contact information of three references to the Chair of the Anatomy Search Committee: Dr. Scott Maddux ([email protected]). If reference letters are subsequently requested, applicants will be asked to complete a full online application at: https://hr.untsystem.edu/job-applicants/how-apply-job. Additional information about the Center for Anatomical Sciences is available at: https://www.unthsc.edu/anatomicalsciences
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