The University of Washington, School of Medicine seeks a Professor and Chair of the Department of Microbiology. Candidates for this full time position should have a PhD and/or an MD (or foreign equivalent) in Microbiology or a related biomedical discipline, an internationally recognized research program in Microbiology and demonstrated academic leadership skills. The Department of Microbiology has outstanding research and training programs, including an undergraduate major and participation in both departmental and interdisciplinary graduate programs (https://microbiology.washington.edu). The Department is ranked #3 worldwide in microbiology by U.S. News and World Reports and is an integral part of a broad, vigorous research community. The UW School of Medicine is #2 in the nation and #1 among public universities in NIH funding. UW faculty engage in teaching, research and service while training the next generation of scientists through undergraduate, graduate and medical student education.
Please submit an application (including a cover letter addressed to Dr. Joan Goverman, Chair, Microbiology Chair Search Committee and your curriculum vitae) at http://apply.interfolio.com/47603.
Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
Candidates for this full time position should have a PhD and/or an MD (or foreign equivalent) in Microbiology or a related biomedical discipline, an internationally recognized research program in Microbiology and demonstrated academic leadership skills.
Please submit an application (including a cover letter addressed to Dr. Joan Goverman, Chair, Microbiology Chair Search Committee and your curriculum vitae).
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