Faculty Positions, Molecular Cardiovascular Biology and Skeletal Muscle, CCHMC

Posted 12/3/2018

Faculty positions in Molecular Cardiovascular Biology and Skeletal Muscle Cincinnati Children’s invites outstanding candidates to apply for an Assistant, Associate or full Professor tenure-track position to join the Heart Institute in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati.

The applicant must have a PhD and/or MD with a research program that investigates the molecular biology of cardiac muscle or skeletal muscle.

The successful faculty applicant will join a multi-disciplinary world-renowned faculty performing cutting edge heart and skeletal muscle research with a strong emphasis on disease mechanisms.

Our existing faculty members are world-renowned researchers in developmental cardiac biology, pediatric and adult disease-based heart research, and skeletal muscle and muscular dystrophy biology, which complements one of the strongest pediatric clinical heart programs in the country within the Heart Institute. To learn more check out our website at https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/research/divisions/h/heart

The research Institute at Cincinnati Children's attracts over $220 million in annual external grant support, with approximately 1.4 million sq ft of research space, most of which was recently built within the past 10 years. We also have some of the best core support infrastructure for a research institute anywhere in the USA.

A letter of interest, accompanied by a complete curriculum vitae should be electronically sent to: Jeff.Molkentin@cchmc.org

Last Updated 12/03/2018