Multiple Faculty Positions @ Univ. of British Columbia, Pharmaceutical Sciences

Miller 4amiller at bellsouth.net
Mon Aug 26 22:26:47 EST 2002


The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC is seeking full-time tenure
track faculty appointees at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level
who will develop distinguished research and teaching programs at UBC, and
would be appropriate for either a Tier I or Tier II Canada Research Chair
application. For details on the Canada Research Chair Program, visit:
www.chairs.gc.ca. The specific areas of interest are: Neuropharmacology,
Novel Drug Delivery Systems, Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research,
Pharmacogenomics, and Toxicology.

Applicants must possess a PhD in the appropriate area, preferably with
several years¹ postdoctoral experience, exceptional teaching skills and a
demonstrated ability to attract research grant funding. The appointee will
be expected to employ advanced research techniques; be creative in their
research area; and teach both at the undergraduate and graduate level. The
successful applicant¹s research interests should complement the Faculty¹s
existing internationally renowned research programs in the areas of neuro-
and cardiovascular pharmacology, drug and lipid metabolism, pharmacokinetics
and drug delivery systems (see www.ubcpharmacy.org/). In addition, the
successful candidate will be a member of the UBC Canada Research Chair

Salary is negotiable, commensurate with experience and is subject to final
budgetary approval. The closing date for applications is December 1, 2002;
preferred start date is by July 1, 2003.

UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity.We
encourage all qualified persons to apply. Canada Research Chairs are open to
individuals of any nationality; offers will be made in accordance with
Canadian immigration requirements associated with the Canada Research Chairs

Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a description of research
interests, copies of up to five publications, a statement of teaching
interests and accomplishments, and names of five referees (including two at
arm¹s length), should be sent to Dr. R. Sindelar, Dean, Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of British Columbia, 2146 East Mall,
Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6T 1Z3; Phone: 604-822-2343; Fax: 604-822-3035;
Email: mlangton at interchange.ubc.ca. 


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