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The Center for AIDS Intervention Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin is Recruiting Faculty Investigators in HIV Prevention Research
The Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR) at the Medical College of Wisconsin is recruiting for one or possibly two faculty investigators in HIV prevention research. Although interest areas are open, center leaders particularly seek applications from candidates with established and successful lines of research in the areas of (1) HIV medication adherence and linkage to care; (2) integrated biomedical, behavioral, and social approaches to HIV prevention; (3) use of social media and technology in HIV prevention and adherence interventions; or (4) qualitative social science research in HIV/AIDS. Positions will carry tenure-track faculty appointments in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. Rank is open, but candidates with well-established and productive records of research and extramural funding are preferred. Leaders will appoint at an advanced academic rank for an individual with an exceptional record. CAIR is an established, multidisciplinary research center which values diversity and has the scientific missions of developing and evaluating high-impact HIV prevention interventions, carrying out interventions to improve the health of persons living with HIV, and disseminating center findings to providers. The Medical College of Wisconsin is located in Milwaukee, WI, (85 miles north of Chicago, IL), which has a diverse metropolitan population of 1.2 million, a high Midwestern quality of life, and a reasonable cost of living.
Interested persons should submit their CV and a detailed cover letter to:
CAIR is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, M/F/D/V.