We are seeking outstanding tenure track faculty candidates exploring broad areas relevant to digestive and liver physiology and pathophysiology. Eligible candidates can be at any level in the tenure track process (Assistant Professor to Professor), should hold degrees equivalent to MD, MD/PhD, PhD, or DVM, and should have demonstrated ability to develop and sustain an independent research program. Candidates should have interests in building collaborative research programs across departments and centers within the university to explore facets of gastrointestinal physiology. Candidates with clinical /translational interests are particularly encouraged. Exceptional core facilities are available to support research programs, including the Washington University Digestive Disease Research Cores Center ddrcc.wustl.edu/, the Washington University Center for Cellular Imaging wucci.wustl.edu/, The Institute for Informatics informatics.wustl.edu/, the Genome Technology Access Center gtac.wustl.edu/, and Siteman Cancer Center cores siteman.wustl.edu/research/shared-resources-cores/. Resources commensurate with the candidate’s research program will be available to support recruitment. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should send a CV and letter of interest to email@example.com.
Washington University seeks an exceptionally qualified an diverse faculty; women, minorities, protected veterans, and candidates with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.