This is a tenure-track faculty position in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Allergy and Immunology, within the Department of Medicine at the School of Medicine.
The Division leads the Center for Vaccine Development at Saint Louis University which has received significant funding for preclinical and clinical research, including 30 years of NIH funding as a Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit. The Division is seeking candidates that will enhance our strengths in basic, translational, and clinical research and will expand our capacity to conduct all phases of clinical trials for new vaccines and therapeutics. Â Research effort will be approximately 80% with mentorship, collaborations, and start up funding geared toward the development of independent extramural funding. Â The remaining 20% will be devoted to patient care and teaching.
Requirements: MD or MD/PhD with clinical and research expertise in infectious diseases, immunology, and vaccinology.
Applicants must include: 1) a cover letter; 2) a resume/curriculum vitae. You can upload these items on the third page "My experience" of the application.
Saint Louis University(SLU) is a private, co-educational Jesuit university located in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Founded in 1818 by the Most Reverend Louis Guillaume Valentin Dubourg SLU is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River. The University has campuses in St. Louis, Mo. and Madrid, Spain. SLU values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service. For nearly 200 years, the University has gone beyond teaching facts and figures, encouraging students to form ideas and identities. Today, SLU students are nearly 14,000 strong. The University has invested vast resources to advance academic programs and enhance the student experience. SLU also is a major research institution where premier researchers tackle local and global challenges. And the University's commitment to community service has earned it national acclaim and bolstered its status as a character-building college.