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University of Rochester Professor; Associate Professor; Assistant Professor - 224640 in Rochester, New York

Professor; Associate Professor; Assistant Professor Job ID 224640

Location School of Medicine & Dentistry Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening

Full Time 40 hours Grade 000 Biostatistic and Computational Biology


Developmental Disabilities Research Center, the Center for Advanced Brain Imaging & Neurophysiology, and related groups that overlap with these constituencies. The UR DBCB currently has 17 tenure-track and 3 research track faculty; several postdoctoral fellows, masters-level statisticians, and programmers; and 28 graduate students, of which 26 are pursuing a PhD degree in statistics. Most department faculty have active independent methodological research interests and collectively we span a broad cross-section of topics in both biostatistics and statistics. In addition to outstanding potential for research, successful candidates must also demonstrate a strong commitment to graduate teaching and advising. The Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience supports over 100 faculty across the UR campus and is home to the Neuroscience Graduate Program, with 55+ current PhD students enrolled. The successful candidate would be expected to actively participate in the activities of the Institute and to contribute to the graduate neuroscience program. More information about DBCB and Neuroscience can respectively be found at Position Qualifications: Doctoral degree in biostatistics, statistics or strongly related discipline.Candidates must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Candidates for Associate and Full Professor positions should also have an established track record of peer-reviewed publications in leading journals, demonstrated success in attracting extramural research funding, and evidence of teaching excellence at the graduate level. The UR and its Medical Center are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers, and share a vision of cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment that guides and transforms its approaches to education, research, healthcare, and community partnerships. As a member of both institutions, the DBCB is strongly committed to fostering and supporting a workplace culture inclusive of people regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, veteran status or any other factor that cannot lawfully be used as a basis for recruiting or hiring decisions. Any applicant that meets our stated position qualifications is strongly encouraged to apply. To apply: Interested individuals should apply on-line to Job posting #224640 at and submit the following materials to a brief cover letter, a current CV, and statements covering your current research and teaching interests and goals for the future. Up to 3 published or submitted works can be included with your application. Assistant professor candidates should arrange for 3 letters of reference to be sent directly from the recommender; candidates for higher ranks should supply the contact information for at least 3 supporting references. The review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until this position is filled.

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