Pharmacology – Research Assistant Professor (AA28580)

Position Overview

Organization: School of Medicine, Pharmacology

Title : Research Assistant Professor

Search Number : AA28580

Position Details

  Applications are invited for a Network Biologist with a focus on the
structural analysis of AKAP-anchored enzyme complexes to be appointed at
the rank of Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacology
at the University of Washington School of Medicine, a non-tenured,
full-time position anticipated for a minimum three year appointment. A
Ph.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) in Neurobiology, Neurosciences,
  Pharmacology or a related field, and at least ten years of experience in AKAP signaling
networks are required. Demonstrated experience with intact AKAP complex
purification and structural analyses of these complexes using single
particle electron microscopy are necessary. Expertise in all aspects of
molecular biology and biochemistry and a demonstrated track record of
creativity are also required. An in-depth understanding of the integration
of multi-enzyme AKAP complexes and the biological ramifications of these
assemblies is crucial. The successful candidate is expected to establish
independent funding. University of Washington Faculty engage in teaching,
research and service. Additional information about the Department and its
current research interests may be obtained at

Application Instructions

For full consideration, please submit a curriculum vitae and statement of research interests, and arrange for five letters of recommendations to be sent to Dr. John D. Scott Ph.D., Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of Washington, Box 357750, Seattle, WA 98195. CVs without accompanying letters of recommendation will not be considered as a full application and will not be considered. Closing date for applications is July 31, 2018.

University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.