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Research & Development Pharmacist - Pharmacy Practice & Models of Care Interior Health Authority & Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Interior Health Pharmacy Services & The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at The University of British Columbia are looking to hire a Research & Development Pharmacist – Pharmacy Practice and Models of Care.

PART-TIME PHARMACIST FACILITATOR

Having opportunities to learn from practicing pharmacists is an important part of the student experience at UBC Pharm Sci. These pharmacists are able to share their knowledge with learners while simultaneously supplementing their own growth and development as a pharmacy professional. We are looking for instructors from a wide range of pharmacy backgrounds to teach in the BSc(Pharm) and/or Entry-to-Practice PharmD programs at UBC.

Lecturer and Coordinator, OEE

Applications are invited for a full-time position of Lecturer and Coordinator, Office of Experiential Education (OEE), Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC, for an initial term of one year, with the possibility of renewal on an annualized basis.

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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor

The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University British Columbia (UBC) is undergoing a major expansion to meet our ambitious goal of being one of the leading academic centers internationally in the pharmaceutical sciences within the next decade. As part of this on-going strategic development program, research activity in the Faculty is now clearly focused under four major themes, reflecting areas of existing strength, opportunities for new partnerships and the potential for delivering long-term impact. These are: drug delivery and nanomedicine, genomics and individualized medicine, health outcomes, and pharmacology (molecules to systems), with an emphasis on the application of state-of-the-art concepts and methodologies to address clinically important issues in pharmacotherapy.

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Associate/Full Professor

The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University British Columbia (UBC) is undergoing a major expansion to meet our ambitious goal of being one of the leading academic centers internationally in the pharmaceutical sciences within the next decade. As part of this on-going strategic development program, research activity in the Faculty is now clearly focused under four major themes, reflecting areas of existing strength, opportunities for new partnerships and the potential for delivering long-term impact. These are: drug delivery and nanomedicine, genomics and individualized medicine, health outcomes, and pharmacology (molecules to systems), with an emphasis on the application of state-of-the-art concepts and methodologies to address clinically important issues in pharmacotherapy.

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You can also view the full position details by visiting http://www.hr.ubc.ca/careers/faculty-careers/28119.

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