The College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri flagship campus in Columbia, MO is seeking applications from outstanding academic scientists for a tenure-track/tenured assistant/associate professor position in the Department of Biomedical Sciences. Candidates must hold a PhD, DVM, MD or equivalent degree and have either a robust record of past and current extramural research funding/collaboration or demonstrated potential for future independent research excellence. Candidates will be expected to actively participate in departmental teaching and graduate student training activities, as well as to consistently demonstrate outstanding leadership, organizational and communication skills. Teaching responsibilities include participation in the instruction of toxicological principles to veterinary professional students and participation in graduate education. The position is supported by a generous start-up package, which includes competitive compensation, attractive laboratory space, and access to state-of-the-art core facilities.
Be prepared to submit a letter of application outlining research interests and teaching philosophy, names and contact information for three references and a curriculum vitae.
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