Clinical Research

Academic Job Search Bootcamp

The annual Sloan Kettering Institute Academic Job Search Bootcamp at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) provides senior postdocs with guidance and strategies for entering the faculty job market, navigating the interview process, and ultimately securing job offers. Bootcamp participants receive expert advice from faculty and postdocs who have recently gone through the process, advice that can be critical to succeed in all aspects of this important career transition.

Tobacco/Cannabis Researcher

The Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC) is recruiting an outstanding full‐time academic researcher at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank in the University Tenure Line for appointment in the Department of Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. The successful candidate will be or demonstrates the potential to be a leader in academic research with a focus on tobacco and/or cannabis marketing, policy, and/or regulatory science.

School of Medicine: Open Rank Professor of Pharmacology, Tenured/Tenure-Track

The Department of Pharmacology in the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia (UVA) invites applications for two open rank tenured/tenure-track faculty positions. We are seeking outstanding scientists addressing fundamental questions in biomedical sciences with an interdisciplinary perspective and state-of-the-art approaches. A doctoral degree, is required by the start date of the position.

Postdoc Fellow, Chemistry

This postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Professors Patrick A Limbach and Bala Addepalli will be responsible for leading research activities focused on the identification and characterization of modified nucleosides in ribonucleic acid (RNA). The individual will work collaboratively on a project that involves technique developments using mass spectrometry to elucidate the global tRNA modification profile in mammalian cells are also expected in the project.

Career Development Training for Addiction Scientists

What Is ASSET?

Addiction Scientists Strengthened through Information Technology Solutions Education and Training (ASSET) is a substance use research training and education program focused exclusively on supporting Black and/or Latinx junior faculty.

ASSET provides research knowledge, skills, and mentored career development training to build faculty confidence and resilience to become independent scientists and leaders in substance use research.