|Department||00241 - Biomedical Informatics|
|City||Salt Lake City, UT|
|Track||Non Tenure Track|
|New Position to Begin||10/16/2022|
The Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Utah is recruiting to build on a nation-leading clinical informatics program that is impacting lives daily to address real-world problems in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, for ab initio co-development of robotic hardware, sensors, computing, and biomedical technologies. Jointly with The Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute, we are seeking an Assistant Professor in the Career Line (Research Track) with demonstrated abilities in research, as well as the commitment to teaching at the graduate level. Hard working, self-directed individuals with a record of achievement and commitment to excellence in research on the use biomedical informatics, biomedical engineering, computational biomedicine, or robotic medicine. A Ph.D. in biomedical or biological sciences comprising training in biomedical engineering or robotics is required. Having taught in a biomedical engineering or biomedical informatics department is required. Candidates must have at least eight co-authored publications in peer-reviewed journals or conference proceedings demonstrating research interest in biomedical sciences involving computational models (e.g., genomic analyses, computational phenotyping, biomolecular targets, etc.). Having top journal publications is required (Impact Factor> 10). A professional clinical degree is a plus (e.g., M.D.).
Major responsibilities will include contributing to translational biomedical research by leveraging computations, robotics, and informatics models. Candidates for the position should have a research focus in translational biomedical sciences involving computational models (e.g., data driven robotic surgery, etc.). Candidates are expected to contribute to writing grant proposals as co-investigators or co-principal investigators.
About the Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI)
The Department of Biomedical Informatics is one of the most mature informatics programs in the United States offering postdoctoral training, PhD and Master of Science degrees, and a graduate certificate program. Its mission is to advance health sciences and practice by pursuing excellence in the discovery and application of informatics innovations, the education of the next generation of a diverse biomedical workforce, and the establishment, development, and building of collaborative partnerships. 500 trainees and more than 100 current and former faculty, fellows, and staff at the Department have been national leaders in applied clinical informatics, clinical decision support, and translational bioinformatics for over five decades. Alumni students and faculty have pioneered new departments (e.g., Columbia University DBMI, 3M informatics unit, etc.), and co-founded successful Fortune 100 companies (e.g., Myriad Genetics). DBMI has been a National Library of Medicine biomedical informatics training site for more than 20 years. Further details about the Department of Biomedical Informatics and its faculty and training program can be found athttps://medicine.utah.edu/dbmi
About the SCI Institute
Over more than two decades, the SCI Institute has established itself as an internationally recognized leader in translational innovations across computational and data science with leading research and training programs in the areas of visualization, scientific and biomedical computing, and image analysis applied to a broad range of challenging problems. For example, the SCI Institute is ranked by CSRankings (http://csrankings.org) as housing the top visualization and High Performance Computing group internationally. Alongside its research goals is a passion to educate students and staff. The SCI Institute is proud to have supported over 400 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and nearly 100 undergraduates to achieve an education at the cutting-edge of research. SCI graduates move into faculty positions with universities internationally and become innovators with companies such as Apple, Exxon Mobil, Nvidia, Google, Intel, Boston Scientific, Orthogrid, Philips Medical, and Medtronic. Additional information about the Institute and current faculty can be found at http://www.sci.utah.edu.
The University of Utah is a Carnegie Research I Institution and member of the Association of American Universities (AAU); the SCI Institute is a trans-college, research-focused partnering entity at the University of Utah consisting of faculty from 4 academic units in 2 colleges along with students, and staff (185 current personnel). The SCI Institute’s vision is to see applied computing bring transformation across disciplines in a way that benefits the University of Utah and society at large. Its mission is to bring together excellence in diverse domains applied to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary problems of societal importance. The Institute accomplishes these goals through the collaborative development, assembly, and/or application of applied scientific and data computing, imaging, and visualization tools.
About the University of Utah
The University of Utah is in Salt Lake City, the hub of a large metropolitan area with excellent cultural and recreational opportunities. Utah and the stunning Salt Lake Valley are undergoing robust economic growth with one of the Nation’s fastest-growing technology sectors and the University of Utah is acclaimed for its successes in technology-driven start-ups. The University has invested significantly in the SCI Institute and substantial further investments are now enabling these recruitments.
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