St. George’s University invites applicants for a full-time position in Microbiology, in the Department of Pathobiology in the School of Veterinary Medicine, beginning 8/2/2021.
The faculty of St George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine are dedicated to upholding the mission of providing an international, culturally diverse environment in which students learn the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for postgraduate training in the Veterinary profession while being inspired to develop compassion, curiosity, tolerance and a commitment to animals and society, a dedication to life-long learning and an understanding of the vital role of research in Veterinary Medicine.
Deliver selected lectures in Bacteriology/Mycology course (PTHB503) to term 2 veterinary and teach in the graduate curriculum.
Advise and mentor DVM, MSc and PhD students.
Participate in developing course syllabi by providing learning outcomes and examination questions for each assigned lecture.
Assist in conducting and grading of examinations in compliance with the SVM Examination Policy.
Observe the policies and procedures governing St. George’s University.
Any other duties assigned by the Dean of the SVM.
Research & Scholarly Activities
Actively engage in independent and collaborative research in your area of expertise (microbiology/infectious disease) to include projects suitable for veterinary student participation.
Research areas of emphasis within the PTHB department include immunology, vector borne disease, zoonotic disease and public health, aquatic animal health and parasitology.
Specific interest and background in collaborative research with SVM faculty in other departments is desirable.
Develop and contribute to extension and continuing education programs, in collaboration with other departments and/or other schools.
Be able to interpret diagnostic test results from the Bacteriology/mycology laboratory and to communicate effectively with clinicians about the results.
Participate in the following University Activities
Departmental Meetings (when required)
Departmental Faculty evaluations (when required)
DVM, MS degree
Preferred: PhD or Board Certification in Microbiology (ACVM)
Preference will be given to individuals with proven research scholarship and teaching experience in microbiology.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About St. George's University
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About St. George’s University: St. George’s University is a top center of international education, drawing students and faculty from 140 countries to the Caribbean island of Grenada, in the West Indies. With more than 17,000 graduates across the world, the University offers medical and veterinary medical degrees, as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees.