The Department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) is seeking applications for the position of Director of the Advanced Graduate Program in Endodontics. The successful candidate should demonstrate a vision of innovation in the field Endodontics and related translation research
The position offers a unique interdisciplinary environment for research, teaching, and patient care not only within the HSDM, but also with Harvard affiliated hospitals and institutions. The Advanced Graduate Program in Endodontics is a three-year program leading to an MMSc degree in oral biology and a certificate in Endodontics. A DMSc degree, which requires a minimum of four years of study, is an option for those individuals whose primary aim is to pursue a career in academics or research.
The Director oversees all aspects of the AG Endodontics program including: the recruitment and admission of highly qualified applicants; the academic, clinical and research progress of the residents; the recruitment and calibration of part-time faculty; the development and maintenance of the program-specific curriculum; and the adherence to CODA accreditation standards.
The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic individual who is able lead the in the field of Endodontics by laying a vision of innovation, mentoring advanced graduate students, and establishing cutting edge translational research in the field of Regenerative Endodontics. This faculty position has an academic appointment at the rank of instructor, assistant professor or associate professor, commensurate with experience and qualifications of the individual. The position also include research and/or clinical responsibilities, based on level of interest.
Basic Qualifications: Candidates must possess a DMD or DDS degree from a CODA accredited dental school or equivalent, current or eligible for certification from the American Board of Endodontics and be eligible for dental licensure in Massachusetts.
Additional Qualifications: A demonstrated background of innovation and research in the field of Regenerative Endodontics. Candidates should also demonstrate experience in teaching and clinical instruction Endodontics, as well as in related areas at the advanced graduate level. Further qualifications should include documented scholarly activity and clinical skills to practice productively in the state-of-the-art Harvard Dental Center. Ability to obtain research funding in the field of Endodontics is desirable.
Special Instructions: Applicants are required to submit a letter of intent, a Curriculum Vitae, 3 references, and 2 selected scholarship works (Article, book, thesis, proceedings, etc.)
Located in the heart of Boston’s Longwood Medical Area, the Harvard School of Dental Medicine ranks as one of the preeminent dental schools in the country. Established in 1867, HSDM was the first dental school in the United States to be connected with a university and coordinated with its medical school. HSDM is the only school within Harvard University that has its own clinical facility and provi...des direct patient care. HSDM’s vision is to set the standard of excellence in and to define the future of interdisciplinary dental education, state-of-the-art clinical practice, and cutting-edge basic, clinical, and translational research. With this vision as our guide, the School is dedicated to developing and fostering a community of global leaders advancing oral and systemic health. For more information about the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, please visit: http://hsdm.harvard.edu/