The Department of Environmental Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry invites applications for Assistant or Associate Professor in the tenure track.

We are especially interested in candidates with a passion for biomedical research focusing on how the environment shapes health and influences disease. Applicants interested in studying the fundamental mechanisms of toxicity, developmental origins of health and disease, and/or environmental effects on stem/progenitor cells are particularly encouraged to apply. The Department of Environmental Medicine has a strong tradition of excellence in research and education in a highly collaborative environment. The Department is home to an outstanding interdepartmental NIEHS P30 Core Center and the Rochester Toxicology Training Program, as well as two clinical programs in occupational medicine. For more information about the Department, please visit our website:

Applicants must have a PhD or MD degree, a track record of research accomplishments, and demonstrated interest in tackling significant topics relevant to environmental health and toxicology using state-of-the-art approaches. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain an extramurally funded research program, participate in the teaching and service missions of the Department and affiliated programs, and contribute to collaborations and leading-edge research across disciplinary boundaries. We welcome applicants who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense.

All applicants must apply online ( by submitting a curriculum vitae, a brief statement of your research interests and career goals, one page description of teaching experience, and contact details for four references. The posting number for this position is 203950. Evaluation of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Rochester has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and, in that spirit, actively encourages applications from groups underrepresented in higher education and the biomedical workforce. For more information about living in Rochester NY, see,, or

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