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The Department of Medical Sciences at the Frank H. Netter MD, School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University seeks applicants for two part time (50% FTE) faculty positions in pathophysiology beginning on July 1, 2014. Successful candidates will be expected to teach pathophysiology of disease broadly across the curriculum to medical students and to work with a team of medical educators from other basic science disciplines to develop instructional materials and to teach effectively. Initial appointment is for a three year term and may be renewed. Faculty positions at the Netter School of Medicine are non-tenure track, term appointments.
The Frank H Netter MD School of Medicine admitted its inaugural class of medical students in August 2013. The school was founded with the aim of educating diverse, patient centered physicians who are partners and leaders in an interprofessional primary care workforce. In the near future our primary care mission will expand to include rehabilitative medicine and global public health. Our innovative integrated curriculum focuses on student–centered, active and engaged instructional excellence.
Quinnipiac University is a thriving private university with 6,500 undergraduate and 2,300 graduate students, located in Hamden, Connecticut, approximately 90 minutes from New York City and two hours from Boston. Consistently ranked among the best universities by U.S. News & World Report and recently named one of the 2013 Great Colleges to Work For by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Quinnipiac offers 58 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate and professional programs, including those leading to degrees in both law and medicine. At the core of Quinnipiac is its commitment to teaching and collaboration. Quinnipiac fosters partnerships among students and with faculty; it is a spirited, welcoming campus.
Primary duties of this position include instruction to medical students broadly across the discipline of pathophysiology, in a variety of instructional settings, including the lecture hall, laboratory, small groups, and at clinical sites. Additional responsibilities may include participating as a Foundation of Clinical Care Preceptor in the Clinical Arts and Science Course . The successful candidates will develop, coordinate, integrate, and deliver curricular materials independently and in collaboration with other faculty members. Incumbent is expected to advise and mentor medical students regarding academic, curricular, capstone project, and career matters. Additional specific responsibilities include active scholarly activity, service on committees, and other duties as negotiated and assigned.
Qualifications for this position include an MD or MD/PhD relevant teaching experience in a school of medicine. Successful candidates must present evidence of an established record of, or demonstrate a strong potential for, effective teaching; potential for productive scholarly and creative activity; and, commitment work productively in an interprofessional team.
Application materials should include a cover letter and curriculum vitae. The names and contact information of three references must be submitted on the application. Applications will be reviewed as received and continue until the position is filled.
Quinnipiac University has a strong commitment to the principles and practices of diversity throughout the University community. We welcome candidates who would enhance that diversity. Quinnipiac offers a great work environment, challenging career opportunities, competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit program.
Job Code: 2014-1495
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