Pharmacologist Lecturers

 

Penn State Abington seeks part-time lecturers in Pharmacology for an appointment to begin January, 2010.  The successful candidates will teach courses in:  BIO 297B(Pharmacology) and BIO 297C (Integrated Pharmacology)

 

Spring courses at the Aria Health School of Nursing location in northeast Philadelphia:

 

BIOL 297B (3) (PHARM)- SPECIAL TOPICS: INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGICAL CONCEPTS – Designed to present the basic concepts of pharmacology and its relationship to the patient care process.  The course will include discussion of major drug classifications, pharmaceutical preparations and the biological implications relevant to these therapeutic agents.

 

BIOL 297C (3) (INTER PHARM) – SPECIAL TOPICS: INTEGRATIVE PHARMACOLOGY- Review the basic concepts of pharmacology and relate these concepts to the pathophysiological changes associated with the disease state. Emphasis will be placed on: (1) early diagnosis of adverse drug reactions: (2) potential dangers of drug interactions; (3) the relationship of the various classes of therapeutic agents to the disease state.

 Applicants must have a minimum of a M.S. degree and/or a Ph.D. in Pharmacology, and college/university level teaching experience in the field of pharmacology.  The review process will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.  Applicants should submit an electronic dossier including: 1) a curriculum vitae, 2) cover letter, 3) statement of their teaching philosophy, to the two email addresses below.  

 Dr. Leah Devlin at cdl5@psu.edu

Dr. Jane Owens at jao1@psu.edu

Mr. Randy Ingbritsen at rxi3@psu.edu

Pharmacologist Search

Penn State Abington

Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.

 

 

Microbiologist Lecturers

 Penn State Abington seeks part-time lecturers in Microbiology for appointment to begin January 2010.  The successful candidates will teach courses in:  MICRB 106 Elementary Microbiology, and the corresponding laboratory course, MICRB 107, to Penn State nursing and allied health students. 

 Applicants must have a minimum of a M.S. degree and/or a Ph.D. in Biology or Microbiology, and college/university level teaching experience in the field of microbiology.  The review process will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.  Applicants should submit an electronic dossier including: 1) a curriculum vitae, 2) cover letter, 3) statement of their teaching philosophy, to the two email addresses below.  

 

Dr. Jane Owens at jao1@psu.edu

Dr. Leah Devlin at cld5@psu.edu

Mr. Randy Ingbritsen rxi3@psu.edu

Microbiologist Search

Penn State Abington

Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.