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Open Rank Position (Tenured/Tenure Track) for Neuroimaging Researcher in Alzheimer’s Disease

Winston Salem, NC, United States
Job ID: 54868
Job Family: Faculty/Physicians
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Remote Opportunity: Yes
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 55811085033664-Gerontology


We seek an applicant with an MD, PhD or equivalent degree and an established record of publications and independent extramural funding in areas relating to neuroimaging of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders for a tenure-track faculty position (Assistant, Associate or Full Professor).

Wake Forest University School of Medicine has designated Alzheimer’s disease as one of six prioritized research focus areas, which also include Aging, Neurosciences, Diabetes/Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Health Equity. Wake Forest University School of Medicine is home to several highly collaborative NIH-funded Centers including an Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Pepper Older Adult Independence Center, and a Clinical and Translational Science Institute. We are engaging in an institution-wide initiative to expand imaging infrastructure to provide the most up-to-date equipment and increased capacity, providing unparalleled opportunities for scientific and clinical advances.

About Us

Wake Forest School of Medicine and Atrium/Advocate Health have come together as ONE leading, academic health system with plans to serve 5.5 million patients and operate more than 1,000 sites of care and 67 hospitals. As the fifth largest health system in the nation, we will provide extraordinary opportunities for population-based/health systems research and clinical/pragmatic trials that translate innovative findings from discovery science, and that embed equity in all that we do. We seek to transform translational research from bench to bedside to community, pioneer new models of education, and provide unparalleled opportunities to advance knowledge about aging and Alzheimer’s disease that will result in innovative strategies for prevention and treatment and improve care for all.


Culture Commitments

We create a space where all Belong

We Work as One to make great things happen

We earn Trust in all we do

We Innovate to better the now and create the future

We drive for Excellence – always

For more information, contact Suzanne Craft, PhD ([email protected])

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