The Center to Advance Chronic Pain Research (CACPR), a joint effort between the University of Maryland School of Nursing and the University of Maryland School of Dentistry invites applications for an Assistant Professor, tenure-track. We seek an outstanding nurse scientist with high energy, enthusiasm, and a passion for developing a robust, independently funded program of research in the areas of omics (e.g., genetics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, epigenomics, proteomics, others) mechanisms associated with chronic pain. The CACPR is a collaborative group of pain and symptom scientists who apply cutting edge methods in basic, translational, and clinical programs of research. The CACPR offers the successful candidate the opportunity to collaborate with pain researchers form the schools of Nursing, Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, Law, and Social Work. The CACPR hosts bi-weekly pain interests group seminars and an annual symposium on a variety of chronic pain topics.
Earned doctorate in nursing or a related field
Evidence of scholarly achievement in terms of data-based publications, extramural funding for pre- and post- doctoral research training and regional or national research presentations.
Two (2) years of post doctoral fellowship experience is highly preferred.
Organization: Nursing - Center for Pain Studies
Job Posting: Oct 22, 2019
Internal Number: 136341
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