Assistant/Associate or Professor, Tenure-Track Faculty Position(s), College(s) of Engineering, Pharm
The University of Michigan Biosciences Initiative and collaborating units recently awarded a combined intramural grant of $15M to the BioInnovations in Brain Cancer (BIBC) Program. This multi-disciplinary group is rooted in collaborations between brain cancer experts, clinicians, and technologists to drive innovation and translation that will deliver technological breakthroughs that impact brain cancer patients’ lives. The BIBC is currently soliciting applications for tenure track faculty positions at any level. Candidates must have the following qualifications: A PhD, MD, or equivalent Evidence of superlative scientific accomplishment and scholarly promise Evidence of (or potential for) strong independent funding
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