Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology)

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the South College School of Pharmacy invites applications for a faculty position at the
or Associate Professor level. The successful candidate will participate as part of a faculty team engaged in continuous improvement and delivery of our Integrated Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology I, II, -and-amp; III course series, and other core and elective courses as appropriate and assigned.The preferred candidate will have a PhD in Pharmacology, or the pharmaceutical or biomedical sciences with an emphasis in pharmacology, with evidence of applicable experience and excellence in teaching at the graduate or professional program level. The successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the development of departmental research capabilities, develop and pursue individual research interests, and to actively participate in scholarly activity and service. This faculty position offers the opportunity for the successful candidate to work with the Chair and Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty to build and shape the continued strategic direction of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and the South College School of Pharmacy.Appointment rank and salary will be commensurate with academic credentials and experience.Candidates should submit a letter of interest; curriculum vita; information outlining teaching experience, scholarly interests, goals, and research interests and plans; and contact information for three professional references.This job has originated from a member site of TheJobNetwork - BoxWood. Keywords: Full Time, Location: Knoxville, TN - 37916

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