OHSU is now recruiting up to 2 postdoctoral researchers through the Dean\u2019s Research Scholar Program (DRSP). Application deadline: September 30, 2018
Applicants propose their own interdisciplinary research project that leverages the strengths and opportunities of two or more participating units. The proposal is a primary basis for recruitment.
Applicants are required to identify and contact individual faculty members prior to applying to discuss and define potential projects.
Positions are jointly appointed in two or more OHSU participating units.
Secure funding for two years.
Generous salary and benefits.
Scientific and professional development mentoring from supervising faculty, department chairs, and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
As a postdoctoral researcher through the Dean\u2019s Research Scholar Program, the incumbent is responsible for developing and implementing a research project to catalyze novel interdisciplinary research at OHSU. Specific duties will depend on the research project and disciplinary focus, and will include:
Designing and performing experiments
Data analysis and record keeping
Reporting, presenting and publishing results
Growing personal and professional expertise through familiarity with current scientific literature and participating in professional development opportunities
Provide guidance and training to others in the lab and/or project as needed
These responsibilities are not all-inclusive and additional responsibilities will be assigned as needed.
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