The University of Minnesota Medical School Duluth Regional Campus is recruiting an academic pathologist in the Department of Biomedical Sciences. This position will be in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the assistant/associate/professor level.
Responsibilities to include: Teaching: The primary responsibility of this position is teaching. Teaching expectations in our medical school include large lectures, small group facilitation, and active learning sessions. There are also opportunities to teach at the undergraduate and graduate level. It is the expectation that all faculty in our department will serve as course directors for basic science courses in our organ system based medical curriculum. Administration: The position will include oversight of the pathology curriculum and management of community faculty pathology teaching. Service: All faculty members contribute to the governance and functioning of our school, and service on various committees including curriculum, student standing, and admissions will be expected. Scholarship: Although the primary responsibility is teaching, scholarship is valued at the University of Minnesota Medical School campuses and necessary for promotion. Scholarship can be demonstrated in varied endeavors including bench/translational research, population health research or educational scholarship.
About the school and department: The mission of the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth campus is to be a national leader in improving healthcare access and outcomes in rural Minnesota and American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. The Department of Biomedical Sciences (http://biomedical.umn.edu/) is a community of faculty, students, and staff who are committed to providing an enriching and supportive environment to pursue excellence in medical, graduate, and undergraduate education and generate new knowledge through research. The department offers undergraduate, MS, and PhD laboratory training opportunities in several University programs, and provides a stimulating environment for the training of post-doctoral fellows.
Required qualifications: The successful candidate must have: An MD/DO/DVM or PhD and have postgraduate training in pathology. The applicant must demonstrate previous scholarly activities and possess essential communication skills that are consistent with competence in medical school teaching.
Preferred qualifications: The preferred candidate will have experience and demonstrated excellence in the teaching of pathology in a medical school. Experience in student evaluation and small group teaching is appreciated.