The Harvard Medical School Curriculum Fellows Program (HMS CFP) welcomes applications for a Curriculum Fellow (CF) in Genetics and Genomics. The CFP is a postdoctoral service and training program focused on curriculum development, teaching, and educational programming in the biological and biomedical sciences. Curriculum Fellows are part of a larger cohort and work closely with members of the Harvard faculty and administration to develop, deploy, and evaluate evidence-based graduate training. Fellows also receive mentorship and career advising to support their development as educators and help them succeed in a variety of education-focused careers. More detailed information about the Curriculum Fellows Program and the role of a CF can be found at our website (https://curriculumfellows.hms.harvard.edu/).
Fellowships are intended for early-career scientist-educators. The CF appointment is renewable annually for a maximum of three years and is non-tenure-track. Fellows are appointed as Research Fellows and typically earn promotion to the rank of Lecturer during the term of the fellowship. The ideal start date for the Curriculum Fellow in Genetics and Genomics is on or before July 1, 2023 at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA.
The primary roles of the CF in Genetics and Genomics will be to (1) support Genetics 201, an introductory genetics course taken by ~70 first-year graduate students and (2) lead and support several aspects of the Program in Genetics and Genomics, a graduate track within the Biological and Biomedical Sciences PhD Program at Harvard Medical School.
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