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Posted: Monday, October 14th, 2019
JOB TITLE: Faculty Position in the Division of Ethics
DEADLINE: Sunday, December 1st, 2019
LOCATION: Columbia University, Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics
New York, New York, United States
CONTACT: Rachel Yarmolinsky
TELEPHONE: 212-342-0485
The Division of Ethics within the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics invites applications for a tenure track faculty position to begin in the fall of 2020. The Division seeks candidates who will contribute to its expanding research program in bioethics and teaching across the health sciences. Candidates should have a strong record of scholarship and funded research, a passion for teaching and mentoring and demonstrated skills in collaborating across disciplines. We welcome applications from scholars trained in the social sciences, law, humanities and other related disciplines. While areas of specialization and methodologies are open, we encourage applicants with scholarly interests in artificial intelligence, neuroscience, clinical translational medicine, and/or health disparities to apply.

Applicant Requirements

- MD, PhD, JD or other doctoral-level degree and a focus on bioethics.
- Track record of externally funded research and peer-reviewed publications.
- Experience developing collaborations across specialties and disciplines.
- Proven record as an inspiring teacher and mentor.
- Well-developed communication skills and exceptional interpersonal skills.

To apply, please submit a cover letter explaining your interest, a statement of your research and teaching experience, CV, writing sample (not more than 25 pages) and three letters of reference. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

All applications must be submitted ONLINE at

Questions? Please contact:

Rachel Yarmolinsky
Program Director, Division of Ethics
Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics,
Columbia University

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