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Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences
University of Kentucky

Date Posted Nov. 21, 2017
Title Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences
University University of Kentucky
Department 7H700:Molecular & Biomedical Pharmacology
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Lexington, KY
    United States
  • Professor
    Department Head/Head/Chair
  • Pharmacology & Toxicology

The University of Kentucky is seeking a Chair of Pharmacology. This position is charged with the growth and development of research and teaching excellence of the Department and will oversee research, education and other departmental activities. This Chair will work closely with the Department’s Faculty, the Dean and senior leadership within the College, University and UK Healthcare to outline a strategic plan for the Department. The Chair must also foster and support research in basic, translational, and clinical research in alignment with the vision and mission of the University, oversee the continuing education of the Department’s faculty and overall educational mission. The Chair serves as an important spokesperson for UK’s Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences research and educational activities at the local, regional and national level.

The executive search firm of Witt/Kieffer has been selected to recruit for this position. To be considered, applicants must complete the UK application AND contact University of Kentucky’s search consultants, Jeff Schroetlin, and Dr. Joyce DeLeo at; phone 630-575-6972.

Applications will be reviewed immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.

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