Assistant/Associate Professor

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Academic Department: Developmental Biology, Division of Orthodontics Located in the heart of Boston's Longwood Medical Area, the Harvard School of Dental Medicine ranks as one of the preeminent dental schools in the country. Established in 1867, HSDM was the first dental school in the United States to be connected with a university and coordinated with its medical school. HSDM's vision is to set the standard of excellence in and to define the future of interdisciplinary dental education, state-of-the-art clinical practice, and cutting-edge basic, clinical, and translational research. With this vision as our guide, the School is dedicated to developing and fostering a community of global leaders advancing oral and systemic health. For more information about the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, please visit: http://hsdm.harvard.edu/ . The Department of Developmental Biology encompasses the clinical specialties of pediatric dentistry and orthodontics, as well as scientists focused on basic research. Members of the department teach and mentor postdoctoral fellows, orthodontics fellows, pediatric dental residents, students enrolled in the DMD program, MD and PhD candidates at Harvard Medical School, and undergraduate students at Harvard University. The Division of Orthodontics in the Department of Developmental Biology at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor position. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with education, experience, and qualifications. Successful candidates should have a strong record and future promise in teaching and scholarship in Orthodontics and be able to join a vibrant program recognized nationally and internationally for educating leaders in patient care, research and service. Activities will include clinical and didactic teaching in both pre- and postdoctoral education programs; participation in ongoing national and international continuing education programs; scholarly activities, and service to the university and community. The position also includes research and/or clinical responsibilities, based on level of interest. Basic Qualifications: The successful candidate must hold a dental degree (DMD or DDS) from a CODA accredited dental school or
Academic Department: Developmental Biology, Division of Orthodontics Located in the heart of Boston's Longwood Medical Area, the Harvard School of Dental Medicine ranks as one of the preeminent dental schools in the country. Established in 1867, HSDM was the first dental school in the United States to be connected with a university and coordinated with its medical school. HSDM's vision is to set the standard of excellence in and to define the future of interdisciplinary dental education, state-of-the-art clinical practice, and cutting-edge basic, clinical, and translational research. With this vision as our guide, the School is dedicated to developing and fostering a community of global leaders advancing oral and systemic health. For more information about the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, please visit: http://hsdm.harvard.edu/ . The Department of Developmental Biology encompasses the clinical specialties of pediatric dentistry and orthodontics, as well as scientists focused on basic research. Members of the department teach and mentor postdoctoral fellows, orthodontics fellows, pediatric dental residents, students enrolled in the DMD program, MD and PhD candidates at Harvard Medical School, and undergraduate students at Harvard University. The Division of Orthodontics in the Department of Developmental Biology at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor position. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with education, experience, and qualifications. Successful candidates should have a strong record and future promise in teaching and scholarship in Orthodontics and be able to join a vibrant program recognized nationally and internationally for educating leaders in patient care, research and service. Activities will include clinical and didactic teaching in both pre- and postdoctoral education programs; participation in ongoing national and international continuing education programs; scholarly activities, and service to the university and community. The position also includes research and/or clinical responsibilities, based on level of interest. Basic Qualifications: The successful candidate must hold a dental degree (DMD or DDS) from a CODA accredited dental school or
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