Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Principal Investigators in Basic and/or Translational Research
As part of a renewed commitment and an expansion of our basic science program, The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is excited to announce recruitment of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor principal investigators in basic and/or translational research. We are searching for outstanding individuals with creative, rigorous, and integrative research programs to elucidate key pathophysiological processes of digestive diseases. Suitable candidates must have an MD, PhD, or MD/PhD degree and have exceptional promise and a proven record of research achievement. We are especially interested in collaborative individuals whose research programs focus on immunology, microbiology, and/or metabolism, and are excited to work with our established team of investigators and clinicians that include world-renowned experts in fields of epithelial cell biology, neurogastroenterology, hepatology, and cancers of the digestive organs.
Further information about the GI Division, the GI Research Core Center, and the Hopkins Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences is available at:
Interested candidates may apply with a CV, a three-page research proposal that includes research accomplishments and future goals, and a cover letter sent to James Hamilton (firstname.lastname@example.org); subject line “GI Research Faculty Position.”
If you have any questions, please contact:
Dr. James Hamilton
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer that embraces diversity. Candidates from underrepresented minorities in medicine are encouraged to apply.
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