Submitted: 4 January 2023
Department: Division of Biomedical Science - Anatomical Sciences
Institution: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine-Louisiana
Job type: Full time
Apply by: 31 May 2023
Application email: [email protected]

Job Summary: To teach medical school students in Anatomy and Physiology across a two-year preclinical curriculum, conduct research/scholarly activities and provide service to the institution. Participate in the research program including organization, planning and writing grants to seek external funding for the program.

Job Duties: • Provide lectures to 1st year and 2nd year medical students in Anatomy and Physiology assuring all lecture materials are of high quality. • Provide students with additional instruction and remediation within the Anatomy and Physiology curriculum as needed. • Work closely with the Discipline Chairs for Anatomical Sciences and Cell Biology/Physiology to seek continuous quality improvement in the related curriculum. • Participates in a research consortium and research program including writing grants and publications in original scientific manuscripts. • Participate in medical student interviews, college committees and represent the college in a positive and productive manner. • Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: Education: Requirements for this appointment include a Ph.D., a well-established record in research, and a proven record of effective teaching and concern for education.

Experience: • Three-five years teaching and research preferably at the medical school level. • Rank is flexible, however, faculty with broad based teaching experience in anatomy or physiology are strongly encouraged to apply. • Evidence of success in research funding and peer review publications is expected. • Faculty with the ability to acquire external funding are strongly encouraged to apply.

Skills required for this position: Excellent interpersonal and communications skills Strong team player Commitment to company values Basic computer proficiency

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