Directorship responsibilities include development, adaptation and successful delivery of the newly developed CU Medical School curriculum to the CSU branch campus with elements of innovative content delivery. Virtual reality learning, dissection, and prosection logistics are desired skills for the successful candidate. Experience spanning gross anatomy and neuroanatomy is essential with histology and embryology experience considered desired but not essential. The curriculum is patient-centered and will introduce medical students to core Anatomy knowledge and impart the skills necessary to develop into a competent physician. Anatomy content will largely be delivered directly by the Anatomy Director and additional co-educators. The position requires incorporating Human Anatomy into all aspects of medical education in the following key areas in the Foundation (Basic Sciences) year: General Principles of Medicine; Pulmonary/Cardiovascular; Hematology; Renal/Urinary System; Central Nervous System, Senses, & Mind; Gastrointestinal; Skin/Musculoskeletal; Endocrine/Metabolism; and Reproductive/Development Science.
Human Anatomy content spans all four years of the CSU branch program; thus, the position will involve teaching anatomic principles in other areas such as electives and basecamps. The successful candidate will be hired as a faculty member in the Department of Biomedical Sciences (BMS) within the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) at CSU. Accordingly, the position will include assistance in teaching of human anatomy and neuroanatomy to non-medical students and to participate in other BMS departmental service activities.
The Directorship is expected to begin as a non-tenure track position at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level. Final hiring rank and effort distribution considerations are negotiable and will depend on the qualifications and experience of the applicant. The successful candidate should possess a PhD, MD, or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) in a relevant discipline. Prior experience teaching in a medical school environment is highly desirable but not essential.
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