Psychoneuroimmunology Faculty--University of Oklahoma
Written by Michael Allsop  
Wednesday, 12 February 2020

The University of Oklahoma, OU-TU School of Community Medicine’s Integrative Immunology Center is seeking a highly qualified tenure-track faculty member at the associate or full professor level for a 12-month position with an emphasis on research in the area of psychoneuroimmunology. Assistant Professors at academic institutions ready for advancement are also encouraged to apply. Additional teaching and leadership opportunities for this position include appointment in an academic department and service as Associate Director of the Integrative Immunology Center, depending on experience and interest. Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. in a related field. Candidates should have an excellent record of leadership, mentorship, and grant funding. A competitive salary and an excellent benefits package are offered.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and a statement describing their research vision to Kent Teague, Ph.D., Integrative Immunology Center Director, IICADMIN@ouhsc.edu.

The School of Community Medicine is a regional campus of the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, in partnership with the University of Tulsa, offering quality medical education in Tulsa. You can read more about the School of Community Medicine at: http://www.ou.edu/content/tulsa/community_medicine.html.

The OU Tulsa Integrative Immunology Center serves as the central biomarker research laboratory for two Tulsa- based NIH Centers of Biological Research Excellence, CIRCA and NeuroMAP. Combined, these two centers have recently received federal grants in excess of 22 million dollars. In these centers, more than 20 area researchers are working in integrated teams attempting to find better treatments for mood disorders and to better understand the impacts of childhood adverse experiences on health and wellbeing. You can read more about the Integrative Immunology Center at: http://www.ou.edu/tulsa/centers_and_institutes/integrative- immunology-center. Information regarding CIRCA and NeuroMAP can be found at http://circaok.com/index.html and http://www.libr-neuromap.org.

Tulsa is situated in northeast Oklahoma, a beautiful region of the state known as Green Country. The Tulsa metropolitan area boasts a low cost of living and features an abundance of attractive, yet affordable housing options as well as an excellent selection of public and private schools. Tulsans enjoy a lively music scene, world-renowned art museums, ballet, outstanding entertainment venues, as well as a unique public/private recreation area known as the Gathering Place, located along the Arkansas River.

The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution http://www.ou.edu/eoo/. Individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

 

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