Research Support

Research Support

Research Support Faculty Track

Full Description of Tenure-Ineligible Track:
"Research Faculty / Research Support"
(Criteria for Appointment and Promotion)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: A doctoral degree (Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent) and at least two years of post doctoral training in an area of study appropriate to the duties detailed in the letter of offer.  A detailed position description or letter of offer with expectations is critical to establish criteria for promotion.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR:

Promotion requires service as an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia for at least 5 years, with a consistent record of excellence in the expectations outlined in the Dean's letter of offer.

Research:  Documented record of excellence in research, or in research support activities, as outlined in the letter of offer or position statement.

Scholarship:  Publication of original substantive work in peer reviewed journals is encouraged but not required unless stated in the position statement. Bibliography must  document the candidate’s contribution to middle authored papers.

Reputation:  Leadership in local, regional and national scientific affairs by active and ongoing participation in committee, program, and/or governing boards and supported by letters from internal and external referees.

FULL PROFESSOR:

Promotion requires a minimum of five years as an Associate Professor with a consistent record of excellence, the demonstration of substantial scholarship, and achievement of national/international recognition.

Research:  Sustained record of excellence in research, or research support activities, and the extent to which these activities contribute to the research capabilities and enhancement at the University of Virginia .

Scholarship:  Substantial record of publication in peer-reviewed journals is required.  Editorship of textbooks, monographs.

Reputation:  National and international reputation as a scientist recognized by study sections, editorial boards, named lectureships, professional societies, governing boards and supported by letters from internal and external referees.