The Department of Ophthalmology (Ross Eye Institute) of the University at Buffalo – State University of New York is seeking a full-time, vision scientist (PhD or MD/PhD). We are seeking a candidate with a research focus on human genetics and systems biology approaches to studying retinal dystrophies. Further, the ideal candidate will develop a human eye donor repository. Medical licensure not required. Secondary appointments in basic science and other clinical departments are available. Outstanding salary and benefits, ample laboratory space, and generous startup packages, commensurate with rank, years of experience, scholarly productivity, and grant funding history (it is expected that the candidate will have current grant funding).
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