[visionlist] Vision scientist faculty position in Low Vision, Wilmer Eye Institute @ Johns Hopkins
gislin at lions.med.jhu.edu
Fri Aug 13 14:37:41 -04 2021
Dear vision science community,
Position posted: August 12, 2021
The Wilmer Eye Institute, the ophthalmology department of the Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine, is inviting applications for a new position in
the rank of
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SCHOLARLY TRACK)
within the Lions Vision Research and Rehabilitation Center, Wilmer's Low Vision
division. The LVRRC is a small and highly dynamic and multidisciplinary group
with a 30+ year history in low vision research and clinical excellence. The
Wilmer Eye Institute and the JHU School of Medicine provide a highly supportive
and collaborative research environment, with a strong emphasis on strengthening
the diversity of its faculty through equitable opportunities regardless of
background or identity.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in vision science or a related
discipline; a strong commitment to translational work bringing new and
validated diagnostic and treatment procedures to patients with visual
impairment; and a commitment to working with researchers and clinicians across
ophthalmic subspecialties. Strong analytical and coding skills and experience
in modeling, functional assessment, patient reported outcomes, and statistical
analysis, as well as a track record of prior funding and peer-reviewed
publications will be major criteria in applicant evaluation.
Access to the application procedure is at http://apply.interfolio.com/92272
We look forward to receiving your applications!
Gislin Dagnelie, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology
JHU Lions Vision Research & Rehab Center
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Wilmer Woods 358
Baltimore, MD 21287
E-mail: gislin at jhu.edu It's a small world after E-mail!
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