The Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Washington invites applications for a full-time position (100% FTE) as a researcher at the rank of Assistant Professor, without tenure due to source of funding, commensurate with qualifications. University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research, and service.
The applicant's primary responsibilities includes conducting research focused on novel translational therapies for spinal cord injuries under the supervision and direction of Christoph P. Hofstetter, MD, PhD, and Associate Professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery.
The anticipated start date for this position is 2/1/20. It is an annually renewed appointment (12 month service period).
Applicants must have a PhD degree or foreign equivalent in Biology or related field.
Please submit your CV and any additional (optional) documentation for review.
Department Contact Information: Katrina Kovac Administrative Specialist Department of Neurological Surgery Phone: 206.744.9356 | email@example.com
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