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The Department of Policy Analysis and Management (PAM) in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University invites nominations and applications for a faculty member at the Associate Professor level with research interests in population. Reviewing of applications will begin September 1, 2018 and will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.
This postdoctoral training opportunity is for scientists and clinicians with an interest in working in cancer prevention. The CPFP provides its fellows an opportunity to develop independent research programs in cancer prevention. The centerpiece of the program is mentored, multidisciplinary research. With input from senior scientists, each fellow develops original scientific projects and reports findings at meetings and in leading journals. Application closes: August 25, 2018. The Program provides: • Competitive stipends, relocation expenses, health insurance benefits, and travel allowances • Support for up to four years • Opportunity to earn an MPH, sponsored by NCI • A cohort of fellows from STEM and other fields
The Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is hiring a Senior Program Officer to develop and manage programs or projects related to community resilience, health, and well-being. The Senior Program Officer will join our small, top-notch team to support a combination of program and grant management and analytical work. The work will require broad training in the social sciences and familiarity with a range of theoretical approaches, methodologies, and quantitative and qualitative analyses. Read the full job description at: http://bit.ly/2IVFJtY
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Departments of Anthropology, Geography and Earth Sciences, Psychological Science, and Sociology are partnering to hire four faculty members who specialize in the social and cultural factors related to community health, health disparities, and/or health outcomes among diverse populations. Recruitment will continue until the position is filled.
The Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team on American Indian and Rural Health Equity (MK-MDT) is recruiting a social epidemiologist or equivalent researcher to join our dynamic and growing core of faculty investigators and staff. The MK-MDT researches the synergistic occurrence of diabetes and dementia in Indigenous and rural populations using a social determinants of health lens. MK-MDT faculty investigators work in an interdisciplinary team science research environment. This is a tenure-track academic appointment at the rank of associate professor [or professor] to the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus. Rank and salary commensurate with experience. The successful candidate will be appointed as a faculty investigator and physically located with the MK-MDT, with academic home in the Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health. TO APPLY: Applications must be submitted online at https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs. Follow the “External Faculty and Staff Applicants” link and search by job posting “322777.” To be considered for this position, please click the Apply button and follow the instructions. You will have the opportunity to complete an online application for the position and attach a cover letter and resume. Additional documents may be attached after application by accessing your “My Activities” page and uploading documents there. Questions concerning the online application process should be directed to Ms. Tracy Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are soliciting applications for a new Bio-Social training program that aims to promote and support interdisciplinary training of PhD students and Post-doctoral scholars from both the social sciences and biological/health sciences. The goal of this new and innovative training program is to produce scientists who will conduct truly integrative work that will address some of the most pressing health problems nationally and internationally. Trainees will have the opportunity to receive interdisciplinary mentorship and training in a wide array of content areas, ranging from social inequalities to biological processes. Trainees will enter from their respective disciplines and will identify a co-preceptor team comprised of a mentor from their home discipline and another representing their new interdisciplinary interest area from among the current training faculty. Requirements: Postdoctoral trainees must have received their PhD degree before the start date of the traineeship. Graduates from any academic program are eligible to apply. Applications submission is open. Please contact Sommer Barnes: email@example.com, for information on the application process.
The University of Minnesota invites applications for a full-time faculty member at the Associate or Full Professor level with interests in demography and population studies who can actively and innovatively advance the missions of the University, the Minnesota Population Center (MPC), and its affiliated colleges and academic units. This is an open-discipline/area search. The tenure home will be determined based on the candidate’s background/interests, in consultation with the appropriate colleges and academic units, and in accordance with University policy. One-half of teaching and service obligations will be fulfilled in MPC as part of the population studies program. For more information at to apply online visit z.umn.edu/popfaculty18. If you have any questions about the positions or the application process, or to request application materials in an alternate format, please contact MPC Director Rob Warren via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Family Medicine, Michigan State University (MSU) is looking to fill a tenure-track position to strengthen our health systems research focusing on implementation and population health research. Successful applicants will have a background in health systems research, innovative and patient-centered chronic disease management and prevention, and/or implementation research within healthcare systems or primary care settings. We are especially interested in applicants focusing on the prevention and better management of chronic somatic and mental disorders, implementation research, and the application of new technologies and artificial intelligence in healthcare. A track record of interdisciplinary and community-engaged research is desirable.
The College of Health Solutions (CHS) invites highly qualified individuals from disciplines related to health to apply for the position of Vice Dean. Earliest start date for this fiscal year appointment is July 1st, 2018 subject to negotiation. Initial close date for the position is 6/9/2018. Applications are reviewed weekly thereafter until the search is closed.