Work at UH Advertisement
- Revised. This advertisement is for a 11-month, non tenure-track faculty position. The position will be funded partially by Private and partially by Special funds for the initial 2-year appointment; subsequent partial external funding is expected. Continuation of appointment is contingent upon satisfactory performance.
- Develop work in the area of chemistry and enhance UH Cancer Center's efforts in the development of new experimental therapeutics.
- Pursue an independent line of investigation that is competitive for national grants such as from the National Cancer Institute.
- Collaborate with faculty members of the UH Cancer Center, the Hawaii Cancer Consortium, other UH departments, and community-based health care providers on research projects, researcher training/mentoring, and other academic activities through innovative research and world-class cancer care.
- Train and supervise PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers.
- Doctorate in biomedical sciences, chemistry, or related fields from a college or university of recognized standing;
- Junior Researcher or postdoctoral experience, with an outstanding record of research achievements;
- Demonstrated ability in teaching;
- Demonstrated initiative, interest in scientific work, and adaptability;
- Demonstrated ability to generate independent research reports, publications and grant proposals;
- Demonstrated ability to effectively meet, interact and confer with others.
- A strong research track record with national peer-reviewed funding in cancer and/or clinical and translational research, with evidence of a sustained extramural funding base.
- Experience in professional and scientific research field or branch of learning such as chemistry; evidence of drug discovery or experimental therapeutics research in cancer.
- University of Hawaii Cancer Center
- Faculty Search - Position #70005T
- Attn: Human Resources Office
- 701 Ilalo Street, 6th Floor
- Honolulu, HI, HI 96813
- Namrata Gurung; firstname.lastname@example.org
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