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Graduate Studies Coordinator (College of Medicine) in Health Science Campus College
The UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences (COMLS) Graduate Studies Coordinator serves as one of the key points of contact for the COMLS Graduate Programs office and has primary responsibility for coordinating all operational aspects of student applications, matriculating students and academic progression in all graduate and undergraduate programs in COMLS. The coordinator will work collaboratively with the COMLS Office of Admissions in all operational aspects of the application processes for COMLS graduate programs. In addition, the coordinator serves as the manager for budgetary and graduate accreditation standards and grant compliance aspects of the COMLS Graduate Programs office. Reporting directly to the Senior Associate Dean, the coordinator plans and executes events, organizes and performs operational activities for graduate students, program and course directors and faculty in all COMLS graduate programs. This valued team member will perform at a high level of independence and professionalism in accordance with all University and College policies, national accreditation organizations, and other mandates to help ensure the smooth operation of the Graduate Programs office and a student-centered approach to COMLS graduate student affairs.
Director, Center for Diabetes and Endocrine Research in Health Science Campus College
The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, driven by the recent regional affiliation agreement with ProMedica is poised for significant growth and expansion of its biomedical research mission. Diabetes is an important area of research that the University has invested in through the establishment of the Center for Diabetes and Endocrine Research in 2006. The purpose of the center is to stimulate and foster collaborative interdepartmental and interdisciplinary research in both basic and clinical areas related to diabetes, obesity, and related endocrine disease.
Assistant Professor, Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Program in Health Science Campus College
The Department of Dentistry at The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences invites applications for the position of Associate Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The successful candidate will be board certified or board eligible by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and eligible for licensure in the State of Ohio. We are in search of an experienced general dentist who has a keen understanding of the latest techniques in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Above all, you should have a passion for meeting the needs of patients and their families during their dental treatment. Toledo is Ohio’s fourth largest city with a metro area population of 600,000. It provides important small-town advantages such as convenience and a low cost of living. At the same time, it boasts a fantastic zoo, world-class art museum, excellent symphony, and minor league sports. Schools are excellent and diverse.
Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies (.8 PA Studies/.2 Clinic) in Health Science Campus College
This position will be posted on PAEA, Indeed and Healthcare Job Postings.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, CT Surgery in Health Science Campus College
Assistant Professor/Associate Professor Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery The Department of Surgery at the University of Toledo Medical Center invites applications for the full-time position as Assistant Professor/Associate Professor of the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery. Candidates should be board certified by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery and eligible for licensure in the State of Ohio. Qualified candidates will have credentials and experience at the level of an Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. The successful candidate will be a surgeon-educator or surgeon-scientist with a well established history of academic commitment and mentorship. He/She will promote education and research collaborations across the institution and community. Academic activities include teaching of medical students, residents and fellows; research; and related service duties. There are great opportunities for innovative, educational, as well as, translational or basic research at The University of Toledo. An attractive competitive salary and startup package is available for protected time. The University of Toledo Medical Center maintains a fertile environment for career advancement. Dramatic near-term growth is anticipated as the University forms a major academic affiliation with the region's ProMedica Health System. Professional development in the disciplines of patient care, teaching, and research is strongly supported. Our physicians benefit from competitive salaries and a generous benefit package. Toledo is Ohio's fourth largest city with a metro area population of 600,000. It provides important small town advantages such as convenience and a low cost of living. At the same time it boasts a fantastic zoo, world-class art museum, excellent symphony, and minor league sports. The Maumee River and Lake Erie provide ample water sports. Schools are excellent and diverse.
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