Chemical Biologist, Department of Pharmacology - Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University
Applications are invited for a tenure track appointment as Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology ( https://pharmacology.weill.cornell.edu) at Weill Cornell Medicine ( https://weill.cornell.edu ) in New York City. The department faculty members have diverse research interests that include chemical biology, cell signaling and regulation, cancer pharmacology, neuropharmacology, metabolism, and cardiovascular pharmacology.
We seek exceptional individuals with innovative and creative research programs in the area of chemical biology. In particular, we are searching for individuals who have the ability to form productive collaborations with basic science and clinical faculty and who will develop projects with relevance to human disease.
Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) has research core facilities that provide cutting-edge resources that enable critical advances in basic and translational research. More information is found at https://research.weill.cornell.edu/core-facilities/ctsc-cores
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a brief statement of past research accomplishments and future research interests in chemical biology, and a list of three references as a single PDF. Applicants should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent by email to the Pharmacology Search Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete applications will be reviewed as they are received, but applications should be submitted by January 31, 2021, to receive full consideration.
Diversity is one of Weill Cornell Medicine’s core values and is essential to achieving excellence in patient care, research, and education. We welcome applications from candidates who share our commitment to fostering a culture of fairness, equity, and belonging. Weill Cornell Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, color, age, religion, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.