The School of Medicine and Department of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University are seeking up to two positions for a full-time Postdoctoral Associate who will contribute to the teaching of medical students in Medical Human Gross Anatomy (including neuroanatomy) as well as other anatomically-based medical school courses at an advanced and clinical level. Candidates will also be involved in new curriculum development including radiological imaging of cadaveric specimens for teaching and research. Candidates will be expected to participate in research in the laboratories of faculty in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology.
Appointments may be for one to three years with the possibility of annual renewal thereafter. The length of initial and renewal appointments is based on multiple factors including experience, performance, and budgetary considerations. Teaching and research performance are evaluated annually with renewal based on these evaluations. Applicants should apply through academicjobsonline.org.
Application materials include a single letter summarizing teaching experience and research interests, a current CV, and contact information for three references. Questions can be directed to Daniel Schmitt ([email protected]). Applications will be evaluated by a search committee. Screening of applications will begin immediately. The positions are available to begin immediately, however it may be possible to start in the position as late as August 1, 2022.
For applicants who already recieved their PhD apply at the following link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/24243
For applicants have not yet received their PhD, apply at the following link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/24245
All applications will be given equal consideration regardless of PhD status. No paper applications will be accepted, unless specifically solicited.
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