Biomedical Sciences Department
Role of the Biomedical Sciences Department
The department of Biomedical Sciences provides education and opportunity for research in the sciences basic to medicine. Faculty teach Gross Anatomy, Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology and Physiology to students of the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and Allied Health and Nursing and the College of Arts and Science. Training in research and advanced clinical anatomy is given in the graduate programs.
Bio-Medical Sciences Department
Special consideration will be to candidates utilizing various translational approaches to auditory diseases, including drug development, genomic predisposition, and/or etiologies of hearing loss, animal models, research audiology and clinical applications.
Appointees will be expected to conduct a vigorous independent research program and participate in graduate and professional student teaching.
Translational Hearing Center
The Translational Hearing Center at the Creighton University School of Medicine invites applications for a tenure-track position at the ranks of Assistant Professor.
The Center is strengthening existing research programs by establishing additional avenues of translational auditory neuroscience. Appointees will be expected to conduct a vigorous independent research program and participate in graduate and professional student teaching. Generous laboratory space with equipment, competitive start-up funding, and state-of-the art core facilities will be provided.
Biomedical Science Weekly Journal Clubs
BMS 792. Journal Club - 1 credit
This course offers detailed discussion on recent, published articles from high impact journals on molecular and cellular biology, the structure and function of polypeptides and proteins, and translational auditory and vestibular neuroscience.
Translational Hearing Center Journal Club
Structure-Biological Function of Polypeptides and Proteins
Wednesday, 9:30 am
Director: Sandor Lovas, PhD
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Wednesday, 12:00 pm
Director: Laura Hansen, PhD