Assistant/Associate Professor, Anatomy

The Department of Anatomy invites applicants for 2 full-time, 12-month faculty positions at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor. Each successful candidate will: 1) hold a Ph.D. or have completed all the requirements for their doctoral degree no later than the date of appointment; 2) develop an active, externally fundable, research program; and 3) demonstrate an ability and enthusiasm for teaching cadaver-based human anatomy to pre-clinical medical students. Research fields in any anatomical science will be considered and those that would complement the current strengths of the department including clinical anatomy, functional anatomy, embryology/developmental anatomy, biological anthropology, vertebrate paleontology, quantitative and comparative methods will be strongly considered. Those with prior experience in the instruction of human anatomy, and expertise in technologies complimentary to anatomical education, such as radiology, are especially encouraged to apply. To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, statement of teaching experience and philosophy, and contact information for 3 professional references (reference letters are not required at the time of submission) to Matthew Mihlbachler ( and cc’ed to Simone Hoffmann ( Please reference RA#2576 and RA 2577 in your subject line. Applications submitted by December 1st, 2016 will receive full consideration. Projected start date is Fall 2017. EOE M/F/D/V/Ethnicity

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