Assistant Professor ovarian cancer immunology
The Divisions of Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Sciences in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine are building a collaborative team of exceptional researchers to address critical intersection of ovarian cancer biology and immunology. We are seeking to expand our translational science through the recruitment of a highly meritorious PhD or MD/PhD faculty at the rank of Assistant Professor. Our scientific goals are to further the understanding of ovarian cancer progression in the context of the immune microenvironment at the molecular, cellular, organ and organism levels. Individuals with translational or basic science research expertise in gynecologic cancer biology and cancer immunology are encouraged to apply. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides a full-spectrum of clinical care for women and excellence in education through our Residency, Fellowship and the Physiology/Reproductive Sciences graduate programs. In addition, the Department maintains a well-funded and highly competitive research program in basic, translational and clinical research, occupying 15,000 sq ft of modern laboratory space.
Position requires a minimum of a PhD, MD/PhD or equivalent.
* Applicant must have transferable, active extramural grant funding
* An excellent publication record in recognized professional journals
* A dedicated and collaborative working style
* Evidence of successful training of graduate students, clinical or postdoctoral fellows
* Research models that could extend or complement the research of our existing faculty
The successful candidate will be offered a competitive start-up package and the opportunity to work in a highly collaborative and vibrant research environment in one of the most livable and attractive regions of the US.