Department of Developmental Biology
Executive Director of WU Center of Regenerative Medicine
The Department of Developmental Biology at Washington University School of Medicine invites applications for Executive Director for the Washington University Center of Regenerative Medicine (CRM). The CRM is a trans-institutional initiative that promotes and facilitates research and education in basic and translational regenerative medicine. Started in 2013, the CRM now has over 100 labs working in diverse areas of regenerative medicine. More details about the CRM can be found at: https://regenerativemedicine.wustl.edu/
The successful candidate will work closely with the Center Directors and other faculty members of the Center on the Center’s vision and to administer, coordinate, and facilitate collaborative research in regenerative medicine. Duties include managing internal grant programs and initiatives, overseeing the management of two research cores, serving as a liaison with the advancement office, and providing budget and scientific oversight.
We invite applications from those who have a Ph.D. in the relevant areas of developmental, regenerative, or stem cell biology, and outstanding writing and communication skills. Postdoctoral experience in relevant research areas would be a plus.
Review of applications will start July 1, 2022, and will continue until the position is filled. This position will be appointed on the research faculty track and the faculty title will be commensurate with experience.
No end date
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