HIV/AIDS Faculty Position at Emory University
The Emory Vaccine Center is seeking applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of HIV/AIDS vaccine research at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level. Applicants must have an M.D. and/or Ph.D. or equivalent degree and should have expertise in either immunology, virology, structural biology, vaccine sciences, systems biology or translational research. The successful candidate will receive an academic appointment in the Emory University School of Medicine at a rank commensurate with his or her experience. We especially encourage applications from women and underrepresented minority candidates.
The Emory Vaccine Center (EVC) fosters a highly collaborative and diverse research environment where faculty are making fundamental advances in immunology, virology and vaccine research towards lifesaving interventions against the world's most threatening diseases including HIV. The Center's longstanding affiliation with Emory's Yerkes National Primate Research Center provides a unique environment for pre-clinical testing of therapeutics, including immunotherapies and vaccines. In addition, the Hope Clinic of the EVC serves as the clinical arm, directing on-site vaccine trials and acting as a site for the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. The EVC faculty are fully integrated into the NIH-funded Emory Center for AIDS Research.
Interested individuals should submit an online application that includes a cover letter, a concise summary of their research interests, names of three references, and a curriculum vita using the Emory Careers site Faculty Posting. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Dr. Eric Hunter at email@example.com.
Review of applications will begin December 2018 and continue until the Position is filled. Emory University is an EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran Employer.