POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, GROSS ANATOMY LABORATORY (COLLEGE OF MEDICINE-PHOENIX) University of Arizona
Position Highlights A postdoctoral position is available to teach gross anatomy under the supervision of Dr. Rebecca Fisher in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. The successful applicant will also pursue their own research interests and/or collaborate on research projects with current faculty. Current faculty research areas in the department include: phylogenetics and mammalian paleontology; human and primate skeletal anatomy; paleoanthropology; bioarchaeology and paleopathology; and vertebrate and invertebrate functional anatomy.
The Department of Basic Medical Sciences is a multidisciplinary unit composed of faculty with research interests in cardiac and vascular biology; developmental, cell and molecular biology; evolution of vertebrate morphology; gene environment interactions and epigenetics; host-microbe interactions and immunology; medical education; platform development, medical devices and procedures; and signaling and steroid biology. In addition, the Center for Applied NanoBioscience and Medicine and affiliate institutions such as the Translational Genomics Research Institute, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital/Barrow Neurological Institute and the Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium offer abundant opportunities for collaborative research efforts.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
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Duties & Responsibilities • Teach gross anatomy to medical, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and graduate students, including lab instruction, selected lectures, office hours, and review sessions. • Assist the anatomy faculty in writing and revising exam questions and setting up and proctoring exams. • Teach in the summer remediation course for medical students and community outreach programs for high school students. • Conduct research in the anatomical sciences or medical education, submit research for publication in peer reviewed journals, and present findings at departmental seminars and professional meetings.
Minimum Qualifications • PhD in a related field of study. • One or two years of research experience. • Prior human anatomy teaching experience in a dissection-based course.
Preferred Qualifications Research interests in phylogenetics and mammalian paleontology; human and primate skeletal anatomy; paleoanthropology; bioarchaeology and paleopathology; or vertebrate/invertebrate functional anatomy.
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Documents Needed to Apply Curriculum Vitae (CV), Cover Letter, and One Additional Document
Special Instructions to Applicant Application: The online application should be completed in its entirety. Blank or missed information may be considered an incomplete submission.
All Applicants must attach the following: CV, Cover Letter, and Statement of Research Interest (must include equipment and support requirements).
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