Oral Health Research

Open Position

We are currently seeking a Chair for the Department of Oral and Craniofacial Biology.

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Apply online to Job posting #219000 and forward your CV, a description of your research, accomplishments, future plans, and three letters of recommendation to Maria Karvounidis.

The overall mission of the EIOH Clinical and Translational Research Core (EIOH CTRC) is to empower and engage EIOH faculty and residents to participate in clinical and translational research projects, to assist EIOH faculty and residents in the process of the applying for government, commercial and foundation grants and to develop a supportive research environment. The EIOH Clinical and Translational Research Core’s vision is to facilitate clinical and translational research opportunities for EIOH faculty, residents and staff.

The EIOH CTRC is to be considered as a resource to EIOH faculty and residents in relation to the clinical and translational research activities, including sponsored projects and grants, by means of facilitating clinical and translational research, identifying and allocating resources, assisting the faculty and residents with their research undertakings and sustaining, and strengthening linkages with the URMC CTSI. Maintaining a conducive research team culture and creating a structure with appropriate oversight authority will play an important role in a positive, bi-directional interaction of the EIOH CTRC personnel with the EIOH faculty, residents and staff.