Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Tenure-Track

Vascular Biology Center
Augusta, Georgia on the Savannah River
Highly competitive salaries and excellent start-up packages are available
March 15 2019
#10819, Vascular Biology Center
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Full Time
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Applications are invited from qualified applicants for available tenure-eligible faculty positions at all ranks.

The Vascular Biology Center of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University presently includes 15 tenured/tenure-track core faculty and their staff (research faculty, Pre- and Post-doctoral Fellows and Research technicians) in well-equipped laboratory space (20,000+ square feet). Desirable applicants will complement the highly-collaborative faculty of the VBC and contribute to the Center’s extramural grant portfolio (currently >$7M) as well as its graduate and post-doctoral training programs.  Excellent core facilities exist within the Center (including access to Vevo 2100, Seashorse XF and metabolic phenotyping cores) and within the institution (small-animal imaging, biotelemetry, microarray, deep-sequencing and confocal imaging, electron microscopy).

The successful applicants will have excellent communication skills and research interests in vascular biology or related conditions (cardiovascular, cardiac, pulmonary, metabolic disease). Associate/Full Professors should have established NIH-funded programs. Preference will be given to applicants with interests complementing those of existing faculty as described at

 Highly competitive salaries and excellent start-up packages are available. With warm weather, affordable living and great schools, Augusta has ranked in the top 10 cities to live in the US. Inquiries and applications (including full CV, letter of research interests/career plans) should be addressed to Dr. David Stepp (

 Augusta University is an Equal Opportunity and Equal Access Institution, AA/EEO/Equal Access or AA/EEO/Equal Access/ADA Employer.  Applications from women and under represented minorities are particularly encouraged.  On-Line Application, reference #10819, Vascular Biology Center.