The Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (EACPHS) at Wayne State University (WSU) is seeking candidates for TWO 12-month pharmacy practice faculty positions. The WSU Department of Pharmacy Practice has 32 faculty members and a comprehensive network of outstanding adjunct faculty. The department has affiliations with numerous area health systems and community pharmacy organizations in Southeastern Michigan, an area recognized nationally for progressive pharmacy practice. The department is recognized for excellence in research with a track record of NIH funding in the areas of infectious diseases, neuroscience, and metabolic diseases. The department's vision is to be a nationally recognized leader for integrating education and research within our diverse urban community and regional health care environments. Its mission is to prepare highly qualified pharmacists, researchers and leaders for success to improve health.
TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - This is a tenure-track or tenure-eligible position for candidates with scholarly experience in pharmacologic prevention or treatment of human disease or health system outcomes. The candidate is expected to develop an externally funded program in A scientist with a proven record of collaboration would be valued. The candidate is expected to become a core member in the Pharmacy Practice Department.
CLINICAL ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - AMBULATORY CARE - This is a non-tenure track faculty position in ambulatory care pharmacy practice with an emphasis in primary care or oncology. The practice site is within the Henry Ford Health in Detroit, Michigan. Henry Ford Health is a vertically integrated health system that includes 30 ambulatory medical centers and an employed medical group. The Pharmacy Clinical Service Line at Henry Ford Health System provides ambulatory pharmacy services in 10 specialty clinics, 10 primary care clinics, and 11 oncology infusion centers and will assist the faculty member in establishing and maintaining ambulatory clinical pharmacy services in one of the system's clinics (primary care [internal medicine, family medicine], cardiology or oncology). The faculty member will join three other co-funded WSU faculty members at Henry Ford Hospital. Responsibilities: Didactic and experiential education, participation in the expansion of ambulatory pharmacy services at the practice site, residency education, providing care in an active clinical practice, collaborative clinical research or other scholarly activity, and service to the department, college and community.
CLINICAL ASST/ASSOC PROFESSOR: Successful candidates must possess the doctor of pharmacy degree and have completed post-graduate ambulatory care pharmacy residency and/or fellowship training or possess equivalent experience. Candidates must be eligible for licensure in the State of Michigan. An established record of teaching and scholarly accomplishments and board certification are desirable.
TENURE-TRACK ASST/ASSOC PROFESSOR: Applicants must possess a health professional degree or Ph.D. and have post graduate research training (e.g.. Pharm.D. with postdoctoral fellowship or additional degree that included extensive research training; M.D. with research residency or postdoctoral fellowship, or additional degree that included extensive research training; Ph.D. with postdoctoral training). Highly desirable qualifications include clinical experience and an established record of success in publication, research funding, and leadership commensurate with the candidate’s rank and experience.
The mission of the Wayne State University Pharmacy Program is to advance pharmacy education, practice, research, and public service, to improve health outcomes. Strengthening and establishing key partnerships, collaborations, and strategic alliances. Attracting and retaining outstanding faculty, staff, and students.
The department values innovation in instructional delivery and experiential learning, intellectual curiosity, leadership and personal qualities of integrity and respect for students, staff, faculty and the community.
The vision of the Department of Pharmacy Practice is to be a nationally recognized leaders for integrating education, research and practice by driving collaboration and innovation within our diverse urban community and regional health care environments.