Assistant Professor Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics
The Department of Pharmacology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seeks candidates for an Assistant Professor position in the tenure track. The successful applicant will have experience in the field of systems pharmacology with a focus on biological systems ranging from single cell genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, through optogenetics to microbiome research. Applicants must have an Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree and have demonstrated excellent qualifications in research.
Applicants may have interests in cancer, cardiovascular disease, neuroscience, or environmental toxicology, existing strengths in the Department. Approaches integrating heterogeneous data and model systems including humans are of particular interest. These approaches include systems modeling and computational biology, epigenetics, imaging and genomics.
The Department is part of a highly collaborative research community that integrates disciplines from basic, translational, and clinical pharmacology and has been ranked #1 in NIH funding for 8 of the past 10 years.
For this position, successful applicants should have an outstanding record of research achievement and strong potential for extramural funding. Candidates should have an interest in collaborative interdisciplinary research, and have a strong commitment to graduate education.
The Department is part of a highly collaborative research community that integrates disciplines from basic, translational, and clinical pharmacology with focus areas including neuropharmacology.
The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania is one of the top ranked medical schools in the nation for research and NIH funding.
We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense.
The University of Pennsylvania is an EOE. Minorities/Women/Individuals with disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Apply for this position online at: https://www.med.upenn.edu/apps/faculty_ad/index.php/g/d3635