Open Rank Lecturer – Human Gross and Neuroanatomy (Cleveland Campus)


Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
4180 Warrensville Center Rd
Warrensville Heights, OH 44122

Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Department of Biomedical Sciences is seeking a human anatomist to participate in the delivery of our integrated medical curriculum on our Cleveland Campus. The primary responsibilities will be to provide lectures, participate in the teaching of anatomical science labs, engage in curricular leadership and development, and assist with the management of anatomical resources. The ideal applicant will have experience teaching dissection-based human gross anatomy and neuroanatomy. An ability to instruct in complementary areas such as histology and embryology is also desired.

The new Cleveland campus opened in June of 2015 in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic. With an emphasis on primary care, it was founded to help provide physicians for underserved communities in Northeast Ohio. The modern classrooms, offices and anatomy lab are integrated into South Pointe Hospital in Warrensville Heights. The campus is close to the 271/480 interchange with easy access to a diverse array of urban, suburban and rural communities, numerous world-renowned cultural institutions, the extensive Cleveland Metroparks system and Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The successful candidate will join a small, close-knit basic science faculty in a supportive, collegial atmosphere with excellent administrative and technical support.

This faculty position is non-tenure track and will be hired at the rank of Lecturer, Associate Lecturer, or Senior Lecturer with promotional eligibility, depending on the experience and credentials of the successful candidate. Duties will be divided between teaching and service. The position will be based at the Cleveland campus and will begin June 1, 2016. Salary will be commensurate with experience and accompanied by excellent health and educational benefits for both the employee and eligible dependents. Information about the Department of Biomedical Sciences can be found at

Ohio University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a ‘Doctoral/High Research Activity Institution’ with more than 25,000 students. It was founded in 1804 making it the oldest university in the Northwest Territory and ninth oldest public university in the United States. The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine was founded in 1975, and places emphasis on educating physicians committed to practicing primary care in Ohio. The Heritage College is experiencing a time of tremendous growth with the recent opening of new academic campuses in Dublin, Ohio, in affiliation with OhioHealth, and Warrensville Heights, Ohio, in affiliation with the Cleveland Clinic.

Ohio University is committed to providing a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment. Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action employer dedicated to building and maintaining a diverse complement of faculty and staff. We welcome applications from women, veterans, persons with disabilities and members of minority groups as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to the Heritage College’s mission and essential values (


The minimum requirements include a doctoral degree with teaching experience in a health sciences academic environment (ABD applications are accepted).


Experience with distance learning technology and a commitment to excellence and innovation in medical education are strongly desired.