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Current Faculty Searches
The Department of Integrative Physiology & Pathobiology is currently seeking candidates for faculty positions. Candidates must be outstanding scientists in the field of inflammation and its role in systemic and localized diseases.
Tenure-track faculty positions (all levels)
Assistant/Associate Professor, Division of Medical Education