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Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesSkaggs School of Pharmacy and Phamaceutical Sciences Project Scientist Information -Open Recruitment
 

Summary: Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesSkaggs School of Pharmacy and Phamaceutical Sciences
Project Scientist Information - Open Recruitment
Eligibility
a. Project (e.g., Scientist) series titles are given to those appointees who make significant and creative contributions to a
research or creative project in any academic discipline. Appointees with Project (e.g., Scientist) titles may engage in
University and public service. They do not have teaching
responsibilities.
b. Appointees in this series may be ongoing members of a research team or may be employed for a limited period of time
to contribute high-level skills to a specific research or creative program.
c. Appointees in this series are not required to carry out independent research or develop an independent research
reputation. Ordinarily, appointees in the Project (e.g., Scientist) series titles will carry out research or creative programs
with supervision by a member of the Professor or Professional Research series.
d. The Project (e.g., Scientist ) series differs from the Professional Research series in that the former need not demonstrate
the same capacity for fully independent research or research leadership required of the Professor series and Professional
Research series.
e. An appointee in the Project (e.g., Scientist ) series does not usually serve as a principal Investigator. See campus
policies for Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigator status. For titles that do not automatically qualify as Principal
Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator, the Chancellor may grant an exception. Serving as a Principal Investigator is not
required or expected for an appointment, merit increase, or promotion. The designation as Principal Investigator does not
in itself justify an appointment to the Professional Research series.

  

Source: Abagyan, Ruben - School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California at San Diego

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine