• Job Title: Research Assistant Professor
  • Job ID: 451964
  • Location: College of Medicine
  • Department: Anesthesiology
  • Full/Part Time: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Shift: Shift Varies
  • FTE %: 100

Position summary

Research Assistant Professor (Job Opening 451964) - Research Associate Professor to serve as PI Co-I and collaborator on sponsored research grants; plans; designs and develops original research proposals as Research Track Principal Investigator; develops, writes and submits grants to extramural funding agencies to obtain funds to support independent research program and to obtain a significant amount of salary support; track grant submission to national and local agencies to ensure proper review procedures; designs, plans and conducts experiments; prepares and write manuscripts, articles, abstracts, research reports and conference papers for publication and presentation; attends and presents at local, national and international scientific conferences; collaborates with other research lab; directs undergraduate research; initiates new ideas and supplies newer technologies for state of the art research; track manuscripts through all stages of review process to ensure timely publications, revises manuscripts following review, proof reads galleys for accuracy of publications; participates in regular research personnel meetings and interacts with research team members in disseminating crucial information and trouble-shooting experimental protocols; participates in research activities that promote our strategic goals to develop a strong molecular and microRNA component in our Anesthesia neuroscience program.

Education and experience

Ph.D. in Genetics or Molecular Biology and successful completion of a minimum of 5 years post-doctoral experience with specifics expertise on the role microRNAs in diseases; evidence of the potential for excellence in research, as demonstrated by prior publication and acquisition of funding required; strong background on signal transduction and development of animal models desired. Ailment R-type funding from NIH (i.e. RO3, R21 or RO1) or equivalent from other agencies as PE or Co-PI is required.