Open Rank, Non-Tenure Track Faculty
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The Division of Clinical Laboratory Science Department of Allied Health Sciences, UNC School of Medicine, invites applications for two faculty positions. The Division of Clinical Laboratory Science offers a baccalaureate degree in Clinical Laboratory Science and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Laboratory Science – Molecular Diagnostic Science track. Responsibilities include teaching on-line courses, on-campus courses, and coordination of clinical education courses. The faculty members will also be expected to participate in the service and research missions of the Division of CLS.
UNC – Chapel Hill is a Carnegie classified research extensive institution serving approximately 27,000 students. Located in the North Carolina Piedmont region in the heart of the Research Triangle, Chapel Hill offers a rich intellectual and cultural community with the advantages of mild climate, scenic beauty, and easy driving distance to both the mountains and the coast. This is an exciting opportunity to join a top-tier, highly collegial department in an idyllic campus setting.
A minimum of a Master’s Degree (Ph.D preferred), clinical laboratory teaching experience, and evidence of scholarly excellence or potential are required. For one position, the candidate must have or be eligible for molecular biology certification (ASCP-BOC or ABMG). For the other position, the candidate must have or be eligible for generalist certification (ASCP-BOC).
Qualification and Experience:
Clinical experience and expertise in molecular diagnostics, microbiology, or clinical chemistry are highly desirable.
Department Contact Name: Vicky A. LeGrys, D.A., MT(ASCP) , Professor
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