Faculty position in Microbiology/Infectious Disease at Tufts University
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University invites applications from experienced individuals to join the Department of Infectious Disease and Global Health (IDGH), with programs in infectious disease and international health, wildlife and conservation medicine.
The ideal candidate will have a DVM and/or PhD degree with substantial expertise and interest in teaching/directing the microbiology/infectious disease DVM degree course and participating in other graduate degree courses taught on campus. Applicants must have an established scientific research record and demonstrated grant-writing skills. Appointments will be considered at the assistant to full professor level, depending on experience and research record.
The candidate will help promote a team approach to problem solving through scientific research, teaching and service as a part of a strong faculty core in infectious disease with research interests spanning bacterial, viral, and parasite medicine in both animals and humans. Responsibilities will include teaching core and elective courses at the professional and graduate level; supervising, training and mentoring students; serving on faculty committees; and contributing to community service initiatives. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes a benefits package.
Specialized facilities available include the New England Regional Biosafety Laboratory, a BSL-3 biocontainment/Select Agent research space (http://vetsites.tufts.edu/ne-rbl/).
Please submit a letter of application stating your professional experience and goals along with your CV and 4 professional contact references electronically via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/53633 . Questions about the position can be directed to Dr Saul Tzipori (firstname.lastname@example.org).