Submitted: 6 January 2021
Department: Anatomy
Institution: Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
Job type: Full time
Apply by: 20 April 2021
Application URL: https://apply.workable.com/idaho-college-of-osteopathic-medicine/j/A512480233/

The ICOM Anatomy Department is looking for applications towards a full-time, 12-month position responsible for the education in pre-clinical didactic and active learning educational programs at ICOM. The primary responsibilities include teaching cadaver dissection in the gross anatomy laboratory with potential teaching in anatomy, pathology, histology, and physiology in large and small group learning environments. Additionally, the ideally experienced candidate will assist the Department Chair and colleagues with course planning, prosection, anatomical and other in house publications, student research, and development/management of a human donor program.

Typical responsibilities for this position include the following: Teaching osteopathic medical students didactic course materials in anatomy, pathology, and physiology Advising and mentoring osteopathic medical students Serving the academic mission of the College by serving on strategic institutional committees and using academic expertise to serve your discipline and professional community Scholarly activities: including but not limited to any of the following: educational research in the area of medical education and/or faculty development; independent scientific research program to add knowledge to the field; clinical or translational research   Minimum Qualifications: Terminal degree (PhD, MD, or DO) in the areas of anatomy, biological anthropology, immunology, pathology, or any closely related field Minimum of 2 years teaching experience in a health sciences academic setting Evidence of being a dynamic team player who values collaboration, collegiality, mutual support and team cohesion Commitment to delivering high quality, innovative anatomy and physiology education to future physicians   Preferred Qualifications: Experience using innovative teaching methods which might include team-based learning, ‘flipped classroom’, problem-based learning, distance learning, interactive large group presentation Experience with instructional design, learning management systems, and curriculum mapping Experience in educational theory, evaluation, and learning assessment Proficiency in medical exam item writing (COMLEX-style and/or USMLE) Track record of scholarly activities (publications, presentations, grantsmanship, etc.)

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