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- Position eligible for tenure-track contingent upon additional permanent FTE allocation; to begin approximately August 2018 pending position clearance and availability of funds; renewal subject to performance.
- Pursue, conduct and collaborate on research with a focus on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolism and metabolic syndrome, and/or the underlying biochemical and molecular physiological basis for associated disease pathologies and regulation.
- Teach undergraduate, graduate and/or medical student level courses according to department needs and priorities; and for medical students, instruction is specifically in the principles of Problem-Based Learning.
- Serve as academic advisor to students and/or serve on advanced degree committees.
- Participate in department, school, and/or University committees.
- Provide service to the department, university, and community.
- Other scholarly duties as assigned.
- PhD in Biochemistry or relevant biological field from a college or university of recognized standing.
- Experience in protein biochemistry and molecular biology methods with a special emphasis on diabetes, insulin resistance research, metabolism and metabolic syndrome, and/or the underlying molecular basis for associated disease pathologies and regulation.
- A record of publications in peer-reviewed journals.
- Demonstrated scholarly achievement.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to work in a collaborative environment.
- Ability to lead a research laboratory.
- Demonstrated ability to obtain extramural funding and any current federal and/or extramural funding support must be transferable to JABSOM.
- Experience in teaching at the University level.
- Ability to maintain a minimum of one-half (1/2) of base salary with external federal and/or extramural salary support.
- Experience in Biophysics and Biophotonics within fields such as Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Advance Fluorescence microscopy, including Fluctuation Spectroscopy, Single-Particle Tracking, and Super Resolution Microscopy.
- Demonstrated independence (for example, establishing an independent laboratory) and career initiative.
- First and senior author papers in high quality journals.
- National recognition for contribution to diabetes, insulin resistance research, metabolism and metabolic syndrome, and/or the underlying molecular basis for associated disease pathologies and regulation.
- Joan Gerber; 808-692-1509; firstname.lastname@example.org
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