The Departments of Neurology and the Herbert Irving Cancer Center in partnership with the Columbia Translational Neuroscience Initiative (CTNI) and the ZMBBI and in collaboration with the Departments of Neurological Surgery, Radiation Oncology, and Pathology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center are seeking an outstanding scientist to assume a tenure track faculty position with a research program focused on the cellular and the molecular biology of gliomas.
Candidates should plan on leading an innovative laboratory-based research program. Priority would be given to candidates whose research focus holds high promise for timely translation to patients. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience and accomplishments. The successful appointee will be provided generous resources for research, and will enjoy the close collaborative and supportive environment of Columbia's multi-disciplinary neuro-oncology program. The successful candidate will be awarded an appointment in the Department of Neurology.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and welcomes applications from individuals from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and genders. Women and under-represented minorities are encouraged to apply.
This position will be open until filled. Curriculum vitae, a cover letter including a statement of interest, and three letters of reference under separate cover should be e-mailed attention to Ms. Mary Thomas at email@example.com. In addition, please mail a hard copy of these documents to:
Chair, Search Committee c/o Ms. Mary Thomas 630 West 168th Street, P&S 5-420 New York, NY 10032, USA
Internal Number: 7184
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