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Teaching Faculty Position in Biomedical Engineering
at the Johns Hopkins University Department of Biomedical
Teaching Faculty Position at the Johns Hopkins University
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Teaching Professor Track: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate
Professor of the Practice Track: Associate/Assistant Professor of
Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering
(BME) is seeking a creative and motivated individual for a teaching
track faculty position in BME Laboratory Instruction . The
faculty member will co-instruct the department’s undergraduate and
graduate laboratory courses. This is a full-time teaching track
faculty position to instruct students, develop and manage
laboratory courses, and mentor students.
Specific responsibilities include: 1) Co-teaching biomedical
engineering laboratory courses for graduate students and advanced
undergraduates (which could include Microphysiological Systems,
Nucleic Acid Sequencing, Cell and Tissue Engineering, and
Immunoengineering), 2) Serving as a Laboratory Manager for these
courses, 3) Opportunities to develop new biomedical engineering
laboratory modules and courses, 4) Management of laboratory space
to support student projects 5) Mentoring students.
The faculty member will have the opportunity to participate in and
contribute to other BME programs, courses and initiatives
appropriate for their expertise. Teaching faculty members are also
encouraged to engage in departmental and university service and may
have general advising/mentoring responsibilities.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. or M.S. in Biomedical Engineering,
Biology, or a related discipline and have experience with
laboratory research and teaching. Experience with cell culture,
molecular biology, and teaching/mentoring masters students and/or
undergraduates in a biological wet lab setting is desired.
Experience or interests in tissue engineering, nucleic acid
sequencing, immunoengineering, and/or biotechnology is preferred.
Applicants should be strongly self-motivated, dependable, and able
to work in a team-based environment.
Criteria for this position include excellence in teaching,
management, and course development. While the target of this
faculty search is the Lecturer position, highly qualified
applicants at other levels may be considered depending on
experience. The titles of Lecturer and Senior Lecturer convey the
privilege of applying for, and serving as, Principal Investigator
on grants or contracts that support education.
Applications are to be submitted online at
http://apply.interfolio.com/128195. The electronic applications
● cover letter
● statement of teaching philosophy and/or mentoring style
● Teaching, Design or Mentoring portfolio (if applicable)
● Copies of recent teaching evaluations (if applicable)
● Samples of professional work in engineering, design, innovation
We will request a list of the names and email address of at least
three references for candidates who progress into the hiring
process. Applications will be accepted and evaluated until the
position is filled.
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