The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) in Amarillo, TX seeks applicants for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/Associate/Full Professor level to join an active group of extramurally funded researchers with interests in pharmaceutical sciences, cancer biology, brain/vascular biology, and drug development.
The specific areas of research interest for this position are neurosciences, pharmacology, or biochemistry with the emphasis on potentially developing therapeutic agents for the treatment of stroke, neurodegenerative disease, pain, or brain cancer.
The department currently has 23 full-time faculty members. The Amarillo campus includes the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy and School of Medicine, and TTU School of Veterinary Medicine, providing a vibrant and collaborative environment for biomedical research. As part of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (TTUHSC), our department provides training for 36 graduate students.
For further details on our Department, please visit our website: Pharmaceutical Sciences. Applicants must have a doctorate degree and relevant postdoctoral experience. In addition to establishing and/or maintaining an extramurally funded research program, the successful candidate will teach in the basic science components of the Pharm.D and Ph.D. curriculum, and mentor graduate students. The position will come with a competitive start-up package and a laboratory space. Applicants must submit applications online, here, or search Jobs.TexasTech.edu for 29466BR. Applications submitted via email or external sites will not be considered. Please include a curriculum vita, a summary of research accomplishments and plans, and teaching experience and philosophy, and names and addresses of three references.
For questions, contact the search committee chair, Dr. Hiranmoy Das (email@example.com).
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