Summary Description: Columbia University's Department of Medicine invites applications for a clinical faculty position. Candidates should have a strong clinical and teaching qualifications. Responsibilities will include direct patient care, the supervision and teaching of housestaff (residents and fellows) and medical students and active participation in Departmental activities.
Minimum Qualifications: The Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI) and the Division of Rheumatology, Department of Medicine at Columbia University, invite applicants for a research faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor Level. The laboratory will be located in the newly -established CCTI, headed by Megan Sykes, MD, with expected interactions and collaborations with investigators in Transplant Immunology, Type 1 Diabetes and other areas of basic and applied immunology. The successful applicant could potentially be jointly or secondarily appointed in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. The candidate is expected to lead research efforts in the immunopathogenesis, immunotherapy and/or prevention of autoimmune disease. Candidates should have an established track record of innovative, original research in the area. Preference will be given to scientist interested in developing "translational" activities that can interface with clinical investigative and clinical care programs in the Division of Rheumatology, headed by Joan Bathon, MD. Candidates with MD, MD/PhD and PhD will be considered. The incumbent will dedicate 70-100% of his/her time to research and may have clinical responsibilities in the Division of Rheumatology, Department of Medicine and New York Presbyterian Hospital. In addition the incumbent will be expected to develop an independent peer-review funded research program, to mentor students and fellows and to participate in other teaching activities of CCTI and Columbia University Medical Center. The candidate should demonstrate ability or strong potential to lead and independent, NIH funded research program in immunology and autoimmunity.
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