Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor

first_imgBaylor College of Medicine and Department Summary:Baylor College of Medicine is recognized as one of the nation’spremier academic health science centers and is known for excellencein education, research, and healthcare and community service.Located in the Texas Medical Center, Baylor offers a highlyinteractive environment and a strong infrastructure forresearch.Diversity among Baylor’s students, trainees, faculty and staff is aprerequisite to accomplishing Baylor’s institutional mission, andto maintaining the highest standards in training for healthcareproviders and biomedical scientists, scientific innovation, andpatient-centered care. Baylor is committed to ensuring equalopportunity for all qualified persons without taking into accountrace, color, national origin, creed, sex, sexual orientation,ancestry, age, veteran status or disability unrelated to jobrequirements.SummaryThe Department of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology is focused onusing small molecules and biologics to understand and modifydisease-relevant cellular processes. The Department invitesapplications from outstanding scientists for a tenure trackposition at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor rank.The successful candidate will possess or develop an independent,funded research program in drug discovery, chemical biology,protein design and engineering or other areas broadly relevant topharmacology. The candidate will supervise graduate students andpostdoctoral fellows and contribute to the educational programs inthe Department and College.Candidates should have a Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree and postdoctoralexperience as well as a strong record of researchaccomplishments.Applicants should upload a curriculum vitae, summary of researchaccomplishments, statement of research interests, and the names ofthree references as a single PDF.Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.5139CA; CHlast_img read more

David Ross ‘drawn’ to Cubs’ dugout as potential Joe Maddon successor

first_img“I think it’s one of the best jobs in baseball,” he said on ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight.” Ross works as an MLB analyst for the network. “I’ve got a lot of close ties with those guys. I think the interest would be there. I think my heart is drawn to that dugout a little bit.”MORE: Six other candidates to replace Joe MaddonRoss also said he’s “sure waiting for that phone call” if the Cubs’ front office decides to consider him for the job. He is already on the team’s payroll as a special assistant in baseball operations. Ross, though, did make it a point to say he has a “nice job” at ESPN that allows him to spend time with his family.Ross, 42, has never been a manager or coach, but Cubs players viewed him as a coach when he served as the team’s backup catcher/personal catcher for Jon Lester in 2015 and 2016. “Grandpa Rossy” retired after the Cubs won the World Series in ’16.  MORE: Where will Joe Maddon manage in 2020?”From the very get-go, I felt like this guy will be a manager some day for sure,” ESPN.com quoted Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant as saying. Maddon and the Cubs agreed to part ways Sunday after five seasons together. Chicago missed the playoffs this year after four consecutive trips under Maddon. A breakup was expected after Epstein allowed Maddon to become a lame duck in 2019, the final year of his contract.Ross tweeted a tribute to Maddon after the news was announced.It was a honor having the opportunity to play for Joe Maddon and winning a Championship with him during one of the greatest runs in the history of the Chicago Cubs. I learned a tremendous amount from him and wish him continued success in this game. pic.twitter.com/xr0OLFSTiZ— David Ross (@D_Ross3) September 29, 2019Ross has shown interest in managing in the recent past. He interviewed last October with the Twins, who hired Rocco Baldelli to replace Paul Molitor. David Ross would welcome an opportunity to succeed Joe Maddon as Cubs manager.Ross said Sunday that running the club with which he ended his playing career appeals to him.last_img read more