Translational Biology Curriculum Fellow, Harvard Medical School

The Harvard Medical School Curriculum Fellows Program (CFP) is accepting applications for a Curriculum Fellow (CF) in Translational and Biomedical Sciences. 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 CF in Translational and Biomedical Sciences will support the work of the Leder Human Biology Program, which is a paracurricular certificate program available to PhD students within the Harvard Integrated Life Sciences umbrella. Responsibilities include curriculum development and management for multiple graduate courses in translational medicine, pathophysiology, and metabolism as well as program evaluation and student support.

A complete job description and application instructions are available on the CFP website. Please contact bradley_coleman@hms.harvard.edu with any questions.