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- To build and maintain a high-quality, extramurally-funded independent research program in an area of expertise that is supported by extramural funding; achieve excellence in teaching professional Pharm.D. and Ph.D. graduate students; provide service to the University and academic community at a level commensurate with her/his career stage; contribute to the maintenance of a collegial and collaborative academic environment.
- Ph.D. from an accredited college or university in Pharmaceutical or Biomedical Sciences. Relevant post-doctoral research experience, during which she/he has built a documented record of research creativity, independence and productivity. Experience in grant writing for research related to the pharmaceutical sciences. Scholarship documented by first /last author publications in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at scientific and/or professional forums commensurate with academic rank. Demonstrated ability to clearly and successfully communicate verbally and in writing in the English language and to work with students and faculty from diverse cultural backgrounds. Ability to contribute to appropriate pharmaceutical sciences classes/lectures and laboratory components of Pharm.D. and Ph.D. curriculum.
- At least one (1) year experience lecturing at an accredited US college of pharmacy. Relevant teaching experience of Pharmacology classes/lectures and/or other areas of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Two (2) years of relevant postdoctoral experience, during which she/he has built a record which documents research creativity, independence, and productivity. A successful, extramurally-funded research program in area of expertise. Research experience and interests in cancer biology and/or natural products. Demonstrated ability to perform collaborative research. Demonstrated bility to develop research programs in the Hawaiian or Pacific region with the potential to obtain extramural funding.
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