The College of Pharmacy at the University of Kentucky is recruiting in the area of Genetics/Genomics/Pharmacogenomics of Immune Function in Disease for a 12-month, tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level with an anticipated start date of Fall 2020, although exceptional candidates at any level can also be considered. We seek candidates who can help grow our new program in the modulation of immune function as it impacts disease with expertise in relating genotype to phenotypic response, as well as in genetic approaches to the diagnosis and prediction of disease, or the discovery, development and evaluation of novel therapeutic interventions. Special consideration will be given to candidates whose research interests complement the College’s signature research themes including substance use disorders, cancer, neurological and metabolic disorders, and infectious diseases.
All candidates must possess a PharmD, PhD, PharmD/PhD, MD/PhD or other advanced degree(s) in pharmaceutical sciences or a related discipline and a record of scholarship and research productivity. Selected candidates will be expected to develop and maintain an extramurally-supported research program, engage in the College of Pharmacy graduate training program, and contribute significantly to providing the conceptual and practical skills for the next generation of professional Pharm.D. students to become leaders in the field of pharmacy practice.
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