The Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of ToledoCollege of Medicine and Life Sciences (Health Science Campus) is seeking to fill two tenured or tenure-track faculty (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) positions with a focus in virology, bacteriology, and/or immunology. The university is looking to build on existing strengths in bacterial pathogenesis, viral pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, and immune responses to infectious diseases.
Candidates for Assistant Professor are expected to have a substantial record of research accomplishments, demonstrated ability to compete for grant funding by having, at a minimum, a funded transition to independence grant or equivalent, and willingness and ability to contribute to graduate and medical education. Applicants at the rank of Associate and Full Professor are expected to have significant grant funding from NIH or other national agencies. The department has available recently-renovated space, state-of-the-art core facilities, and a BSL3 laboratory. Access to clinical samples possible through an academic affiliation with Promedica Health Systems.
Applications must include:
A) Cover letter;
C) A brief summary of research interests, past accomplishments, and future plans;
D) Names and addresses of three references.
Applications must include: a) cover letter; b) CV; c) a brief summary of research interests, past accomplishments, and future plans; and d) names and addresses of three references. Application materials should be addressed to Dr. Viviana Ferreira and be sent electronically to: MicrobiologyImmunology@utoledo.edu for full consideration. The search committee will review applications until the position is filled. For further details regarding this position, visit our webpage at: http://www.utoledo.edu/med/depts/micro or email the search committee at MicrobiologyImmunology@utoledo.edu. The University of Toledo is committed to diversity and equal opportunity. Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged.