A leader in academe, the University of South Carolina holds the Carnegie Foundation's highest research designation and is known for its pioneering First-Year Student Experience. Campus settings include the coast, mountains and capital city.
Job Description The University of South Carolina College of Nursing is seeking a mid-career scientist with an active externally funded program of research in cancer across the continuum. Candidates are expected to have an established research record.
This tenure-eligible associate professor will join the College's cancer care research team comprised of junior and senior-level researchers with established research programs in oncology. The College, University, and community offer a wide range of opportunities for inter-professional research initiatives, adjunct collaborative research appointments and development of PhD-prepared scientists in this critically important area of research. Resources available to cancer researchers include a research engaged gold-certified state cancer registry, the South Carolina Cancer Alliance, a CDC-funded Prevention Research Center, the South Carolina Integrated Data Warehouse, and collaborations with researchers in an NCI-funded Community South Carolina Cancer Disparities Community Network and a CDC-funded Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network. Minimum Qualifications A doctoral degree in nursing or related field is required. Candidates are expected to have an established research record. Preferred Qualifications