The Department of Cancer Biology at Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM) invites applications for multiple tenure-track positions at the ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE or full PROFESSOR level. The SSOM is undergoing rapid growth in all its basic science departments and we seek innovators to advance cancer-focused studies that can integrate both foundational and clinical investigations as part of Loyola University Chicago’s initiative to significantly expand its nationally recognized cancer programs in partnership with Trinity Health. We are looking to recruit tenured and tenure-track research faculty to join our newly created Department of Cancer Biology, whose research efforts will integrate with our clinical oncology strengths in the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center and laboratory research programs in the areas of Cancer Immunotherapy, Cancer Signaling, and Cancer Epigenetics & Gene Regulation. Complementary research areas might include investigations focused on oncologic processes and mechanisms, cancer cause and/or prevention and therapeutic discovery. Departmental research areas, resources, and facilities are described here: http://bit.ly/2Jh0Oit.
The Stritch School of Medicine is a strongly collaborative research environment with substantial core facilities and integrated graduate education programs. Faculty responsibilities include sustaining an independent, externally-funded research program, and contributing to graduate and medical education. Candidates must have a PhD, MD/PhD or MD degree, a strong record of research publications and current external support. Review of applications will commence immediately and applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Interested candidates are required to complete an online application including the submission of CV and cover letter.
The Department of Cancer Biology values and is committed to fostering a culture of equal opportunity for all persons. We encourage under-represented minorities and women candidates to apply. LUC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
About Loyola University, Chicago
Loyola University Chicago (often referred to as Loyola or LUC) is a private Catholic research university in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1870 by the Jesuits, today Loyola is one of the largest Catholic universities in the United States. Loyola’s professional schools have educated generations of local business and civic leaders, and distinguished programs in medicine, nursing, and health sciences are anchored by the nationally recognized Loyola University Medical Center.
Comprising eleven colleges and schools, Loyola offers over 80 undergraduate and 140 graduate/professional programs and enrolls approximately 16,000 students. Loyola has six campuses across the Chicago metropolitan area, as well as a campus in Rome and guest programs in Beijing and Ho Chi Minh City. The flagship Lake Shore Campus is on the shores of Lake Michigan in the Rogers Park and Edgewater neighborhoods of Chicago, eight miles north of the Loop.
Loyola’s athletic teams, nicknamed the Ramblers, compete in NCAA Division I as members of the Missouri Valley Conference. Loyola won the 1963 NCAA men’s basketball championship, and remains the only school from Illinois to do so. The Ramblers are also two-time (2014, 2015) NCAA champions in men’s volleyball.
Among the more than 150,000 Loyola alumni, there are executives of major Chicago-based corporations such as McDonald’s and Baxter International, as well as dozens of local and national political leaders including the current Illinois Attorney General and Speaker of the House. Loyola alumni have won Emmy, Grammy, Peabody, and Pulitzer awards, as well as Guggenheim and MacArthur fellowships.