The LUCOM Integrative Physiology and Pharmacology Department is actively searching for qualified individuals – Pharmacology Faculty(rank commensurate with experience).
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching select topics in pharmacology to first- and second-year osteopathic medical students in Liberty’s state-of-the-art Center for Medical and Health Sciences as a member of systems-based teaching teams. Faculty work collaboratively to incorporate current pedagogical methods, including didactic lectures and active learning techniques, in their teaching of the physiological systems and cellular mechanisms that are foundational to health and disease. Faculty are expected to develop and maintain a health-related research program in their area of expertise that has the potential for involving LUCOM and Liberty University students. Additionally, faculty are to provide service to their department, college, university, community, and related-professional organizations.
Applicants must have a PhD, MD, or DO degree with expertise in pharmacology. Consideration may be given to qualified individuals with a PharmD degree. Good interpersonal skills are required to work in LUCOM’s team-based culture. Recruited faculty members will be expected to support a positive Christian environment while mentoring Liberty osteopathic medical students.
LUCOM is a faith-based institution, with student-doctors guided by the principles of the Christian worldview to become knowledgeable, competent, and effective servant-leaders for their patients and society. Our mission, as a distinctly Christian medical school, is to glorify God through the provision of quality medical care by developing osteopathic physicians to serve those in need.
For more information and/or to send letters of interest (current CV included), please email LUCOMInfo@liberty.edu with Biomedical in the subject line.
About Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) exists to educate osteopathic physicians in a Christian environment. LUCOM prepares physicians who dedicate themselves to excellence in osteopathic medicine through service toward their fellow man, lifelong learning, and the advancement of medical knowledge. Instilling the Christian values of integrity and professionalism, LUCOM trains physicians who will provide ethical, compassionate, competent, and patient-centered osteopathic medical care.
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