The Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology and the Stark Neurosciences Research Institute (SNRI) at the Indiana University of Medicine in Indianapolis invites applications from outstanding individuals for the Paul Stark Professorship at the Associate or Full Professor level.
A Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree as well as a current tenure track position at the Associate or Full Professor level are required. Basic qualifications also include a currently funded research program in neuropharmacology and neuroscience. The successful candidate will have a strong record of publications and peer-reviewed funding as a principal investigator in the field of neuropharmacology as it relates to neuroimmunology, translational neuroscience, and neurodegenerative disease.
The scientific environment at the School of Medicine, the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, and the SNRI is highly interactive and productive. Competitive start-up packages include ample laboratory space and access to exceptional core research facilities. We provide ties on campus to other Basic Science and Clinical Departments, as well as Research Centers and Institutes.
Interested candidates should upload a cover letter, curriculum vitae, description of research goals, as well as names and contact information for three references at:
Indiana University is an EEO/AA employer. M/F/D/V.
Basic qualifications include a currentlyfundedresearch program in neuropharmacology and neuroscience as well as a current tenure track position at the Associate or Full Professor level. A PhD and/or MD degree is required.
Internal Number: 4337
About Indiana University School of Medicine
The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Indiana University School of Medicine is in an exciting phase of growth and expansion that is building upon the efforts and reputations of our nationally and internationally recognized faculty. Our research mission incorporates molecular, cellular, and systems pharmacology and toxicology approaches, and cuts across the boundaries of traditional departments and disciplines. Our funded research in sensory function and pain, pathogen infection, neurodegeneration, ion channels, cancer biology, and drug abuse comprise just a few of our interests. We employ cutting edge technologies and focus on solving fundamentally important problems pertinent to diseases and disease processes that can be translated feasibly to clinical issues. We work towards a synergistic interaction between the clinical and basic sciences that prompts unexpected discoveries of causes and novel treatments for disease.