Medicine, referred to as the earliest established discipline in Zhengzhou University, is also a first-class discipline in Zhengzhou University’s key construction. Over the past 92 years since Zhengzhou University was founded, numbers of distinguished experts and scholars have been devoted to teaching and clinical research, including Prof. Dong Minsheng, an otolaryngology expert; Prof. Shen Qiong, founder of esophageal cytology; Prof. Su Shouzhi, human parasitology specialist; and Prof. Zhang Xiaofang, inventor of the grid method for locating intraocular foreign bodies, and so on. The college of medicine currently has 14 medical schools or departments and ten affiliated hospitals, forming a modern medical discipline system such as basic medicine, clinical medicine, preventive medicine, pharmacy, nursing, stomatology, a complete training system for undergraduates, masters and doctors, and a fully functional medical research system. The college of medicine has 5 national and 46 provincial scientific research platforms, including the State Key Laboratory of Esophageal Cancer Prevention and Control jointly established by the province and the ministry, and established a national tele-medicine center. Five affiliated hospitals were selected for the National Capacity Improvement Project of Refractory Disease Diagnosis and Treatment, and two National Regional Medical Centers and five sub-Centers of Clinical Research Center were built to play a leading role in the region and serve the “Healthy China” strategy. The College seeks outstanding scholars with strong commitment to excellence in teaching and research. Candidates in any area of medicine will be considered, with particular emphasis on candidates who will complement or extend the college’s strengths. Preference will be given to those with teaching and research experiences and Ph.D. in medicine or a related field. Duties include undergraduate or graduate teaching and research.