Assistant/Associate/Professor of Pharmacology/Medicinal Chemistry (SOP)


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5000 Lakewood Ranch Blvd.
United States of America
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Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine School of Pharmacy (LECOM-SOP) is inviting applications for a faculty position in to teach Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry.  This full–time, 12-month, non-tenure track faculty position will be located at our Bradenton, FL campus with teaching responsibilities in accelerated and distance education pathways as well as post baccalaureate students . 

On-campus responsibilities will include didactic teaching in pharmacology/medicinal chemistry courses, advising students, serving on school committees, and contributing to the scholarly pursuits of the school. Candidates should be willing to be a part of a dynamic program and supportive collaboration within the school as well as the College of Osteopathic Medicine and School of Dental Medicine. The school provides time and faculty development funds for participation in professional meetings.

LECOM is a private, not for profit, institution focused on preparing health professionals committed to providing high-quality, ethical, and empathetic patient-centered care to serve the needs of a diverse population. With campuses in Erie and Greensburg, PA, Elmira, NY, and Bradenton, FL, LECOM is currently home to the nation’s largest medical school by matriculation. The School of Pharmacy is fully accredited by ACPE with a curriculum that is delivered in a traditional four year program at Bradenton, FL, an accelerated three year track at the Erie campus, and a Distance Education pathway based on the Bradenton curriculum.  Bradenton is only minutes from beautiful beaches to the west and less than 1 hour from the Tampa-St. Petersburg metropolitan area. The school offers a very competitive salary and benefits with some research funding.

  All applicants must complete the online application at and upload current CV (curriculum vitae) to the application site.  The applicant must also email to the following: a letter of intent, statement of teaching philosophy, and letters of reference from three professional colleagues.


Minimum Requirements


Candidates with a Ph.D. in pharmacology with experience in teaching Pharm.D. students are preferred. The ideal candidate should also be able to incorporate basic medicinal chemistry concepts while teaching drug mechanisms. A pharmacy degree is an asset but not necessary for the position.