The University of Minnesota is seeking applications for a 9 month tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, a collaborative scientific environment that values innovation in all aspects of teaching and research https://vetmed.umn.edu/departments/department-veterinary-and-biomedical-sciences. We are particularly interested in candidates that apply principles of One Health, in the broadest sense, to investigations that improve the health of food animals, people and the environment within the AGREETT mission [https://agreett.umn.edu/].
Competitive applicants for this tenure-track position will have distinguished themselves as creative and promising investigators capable of sustaining a research program of true distinction. They have first-rate communication abilities, are driven to connect with students and to serve the citizens of Minnesota. This is a research intensive position with primary responsibility in research and secondary responsibility in outreach and teaching activity within the candidate’s area of expertise.
A Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree in animal biology or a related field and a record of publication in high-impact, peer-reviewed journals. The candidate must be eligible to apply for extramural research funds from the United States Department of Agriculture, the National Institutes of Health, and other U.S. federal funding agencies to support research of high national and international distinction.
Documented abilities to (1) obtain extramural funding to support the development and sustainment of a research program of excellence (2) create or work effectively within collaborative research teams. A D.V.M. degree with research experience in One Health is advantageous.
Internal Number: 329459
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