Research faculty in the Indiana University School of Medicine can be both tenure track and non tenure track. For MD faculty in the non tenure track the titles are Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine (or Associate or Professor). For the tenure track, for both MD and PhD faculty, the titles are Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate Professor of Medicine, and Professor of Medicine. For the PhD faculty in the non tenure track there are two levels: Research Assistant and Research Associate. An additional faculty level rank is Assistant Research Professor (formerly Assistant Scientist) and Associate Research Professor (formerly Associate Scientist). In both of these tracks the salary is generally covered by grants from another more senior investigator, but faculty in the Research Professor level are expected to also apply for their own funding. In addition, this latter rank is often used for individuals to progress prior to beginning the tenure track. Tenure is reviewed after five years.
To learn about current openings in the Department of Medicine, visit the IUPUI website, or send an e-mail to Neelam Chand (317) 274-1153.
Current postdoctoral positions listed by IUPUI Human Resources Administration
Current health-related and research/science positions listed by IUPUI Human Resources Administration
Multiple fellows participate in not only in their specialty research but also in the K30 clinical investigator and education program.
Please see the Medical Education section of this website.
Indiana University and the IU School of Medicine offer many excellent research and internship programs for high school, pre-med, and medical students.