Allergic Disease Development, Treatment, and Prevention - Asthma Research - Assistant/Associate/Professor
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Academic / Research
Internal Number: 102310
Cincinnati Children's Division of Asthma Research is seeking exceptional candidates to join our well established, rapidly growing division with the mission of improving the health of children with allergic diseases through innovative research and team science. We seamlessly integrate basic discovery, translational, clinical and community-based research approaches to study the development, treatment, progression, and resolution of allergic diseases. We have multiple open faculty positions spanning basic, translational, and clinical research.
The ideal candidate(s) possess(es) the following required qualifications:
MD/DO and/or PhD
Experience and track record of excellence in basic/translational research, clinical research, community health and racial disparities, and/or clinical allergy/immunology (if MD/DO)
Board Certified/Board Eligible if MD/DO
Ohio Medical licensure eligible if MD/DO
Cincinnati Children's is a non-profit children's hospital that is ranked by US News and World Report as 4th in the nation with top rankings in all 10 specialties evaluated. It is the largest pediatric research institution in the Midwest and internationally recognized for its clinical care, research and education. It is the primary provider of inpatient, subspecialty and emergency care in Greater Cincinnati and the surrounding counties serving over 2 million people. Cincinnati Children's is a referral center for the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and allergic disorders.
With $161 million (direct and indirect costs) in funding from the National Institutes of Health, Cincinnati Children's ranks third amongst all pediatric institutions in the nation. Cincinnati Children's has state-of-the-art research facilities including approximately 1.5 million square feet of contiguous research space. Furthermore, the Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation is supported by an endowment dedicated to scientific training and research infrastructure, including the Shared Core Facilities, which span from molecular and cell biology (e.g., Flow Cytometry; Gene Expression; DNA Sequencing; Gene Editing; NMR-based Metabolomics; Pluripotent Stem Cell), to animal models (e.g., Mouse Models; Animal Behavior and Phenotyping; Transgenic Animals and Genome Editing); to imaging (e.g., Confocal Microscopy; Magnetic Resonance; Imaging), to Clinical Research (e.g., Biobank; and the Schubert Research Clinic):http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/research/cores/default/
The Division of Asthma Research has invested heavily in large mechanistic birth and disease cohorts including the Mechanisms of Atopic Dermatitis to Asthma in Children (MPAACH), the Greater Cincinnati Pediatric Clinic Repository (GCPCR), and the Ohio Pediatric Clinic Repository, with powerful biobank resources that enable research and facilitate translation to the bedside. We have a multidisciplinary infrastructure and actively collaborate with over 25 groups across Cincinnati Children's.
Cincinnati has all the amenities of a large city including fantastic restaurants, professional sports teams, nationally acclaimed performing arts, ballet, and orchestra with a small-town feel. The area's residents enjoy a wide variety of year-round outdoor activities, and the region also has some of the highest-rated community schools in the state as well as multiple colleges and universities. For more information, visit http://cincinnatiusa.com/
Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.