Cell Biology Curriculum Fellow, Harvard Medical School

The Harvard Medical School Curriculum Fellows Program (CFP) is accepting applications for a Curriculum Fellow (CF) in Cell Biology. CFs have diverse academic roles and professional identities, but our work is united by the core beliefs that effective teaching is evidence-based and all students deserve equal opportunities to learn. CFs work closely with members of the HMS faculty and administration to develop, deploy, support, and evaluate evidence-based graduate biomedical education and training. Fellows have gone on to careers as teaching faculty, directors of education, leaders within centers for teaching and learning, discipline-based educational researchers, and higher education administrators.

The primary responsibility of the Cell Biology CF will be to develop and support graduate-level curriculum in the Harvard Medical School Department of Cell Biology and to support a major NIGMS-funded T32 training grant: Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Dynamics (MCD2). The three-year term of the fellowship includes substantial dedicated time for scholarship and professional development.

For complete details and application instructions, visit the posting on the CFP website. Contact bradley_coleman@hms.harvard.edu with any questions.