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Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is seeking a highly-qualified researcher with interests in outcome evaluation, health service delivery, appropriateness research, and/or comparative effectiveness research. The position requires an M.D. or Ph.D., a demonstrated commitment to health services research and an interest in applying health services methods to musculoskeletal conditions, including related topics such as assessing physical function, pain management, opioid prescribing, and measuring related patient reported outcomes. Focused interest in using digital technology to improve patient care is desirable. Level of appointment will be commensurate with experience.
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is recruiting a full-time behavioral scientist at the Assistant/Associate/Full Member level (equivalent to Assistant/Associate/Full Professor). The ideal candidate will have expertise in behavioral aspects of dissemination and implementation research and interest in applying those skills to the area of cancer care delivery research. The position is based at the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research (HICOR), housed in the Cancer Prevention Program within the Public Health Sciences Division of Fred Hutch. HICOR faculty conduct retrospective and prospective research in comparative effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, quality of care, health care delivery, health outcomes, and health policy related to early detection and treatment of cancer.
The Department of Medicine of the Stanford University School of Medicine is recruiting a Chief for the Stanford Prevention Research Center, one of its research-oriented divisions. The Chief will lead the research and educational activities for the Center. Both physicians and non-physicians are encouraged to apply for this research-intensive, full-time faculty position at the level of Professor in the Medical Center Line or the University Tenure Line. The Center has a distinguished history in the identification and evaluation of community-based interventions to prevent disease and to promote wellness.
The Center for Circadian and Sleep Medicine and the Davee Department of Neurology announces a new search to recruit an outstanding individual for a full-time appointment as a psychologist at the level of ASSISTANT PROFESSOR. Applications will be considered in clinical areas related to behavioral sleep medicine, including cognitive-behavior therapy for insomnia, adherence to positive airway pressure, coping with chronic sleep disorders, and behavioral treatment of circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders.
The Department of Prevention and Community Health in the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University seeks a full-time tenure track or tenured Associate or Full Professor to serve as the Director of the Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) in the Department of Prevention and Community Health. Requirements include a doctoral degree in public health or related health or social science discipline; evidence of teaching at the masters and/or doctoral level; a demonstrated record of external funding, and peer-reviewed publications.
The Department of Prevention and Community Health in the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University seeks a full-time tenure track or tenured Assistant or Associate Professor expertise in community-based health promotion to serve as a faculty member within the Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) MPH program. The successful candidate will pursue a vibrant, externally funded research program in areas at the intersection of clinical care and health promotion, will teach at the graduate level, and mentor and advise graduate students.
The University of Connecticut invites applications at the level of full professor for the position of Director of the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP). InCHIP is a multidisciplinary University research institute with a portfolio of $58 million in active grants (FY17), which is dedicated to the creation and dissemination of new theoretical frameworks, new knowledge, and new interventions in the areas of health, health behavior, and health behavior change. Work on health policy is becoming an increasing focus. InCHIP investigators have expertise in a range of areas including HIV prevention, cancer prevention and control, treatment adherence, intervention science, obesity, nutrition, kinesiology, autism, digital health technologies, pharmacology, substance abuse, school and child health, health policy, and complementary and alternative approaches to medicine.
Weight Watchers is an international leader in healthy lifestyle change. Our mission is to “inspire and guide the healthier choices that transform lives.” We’re leveraging technology and leading the way in the wellness arena with a new emphasis on analytics, mobility, and digital solutions to help our members reach their goals. This is a very exciting opportunity to take on a role that infuses an overall science and behavior change perspective to every aspect of our members’ experience. As our Director, Behavior Change, you will play a key role as a subject matter expert on behavior change for weight management and will support the organization by liaising closely with organization-wide departments and cross-functional crews to provide insight and guidance on behavior change as it relates to product(s), content and collateral.
Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine invites applicants for a full-time Biostatistician Faculty position, Open Rank. Responsibilities involve teaching, mentoring, data analysis, and service. The successful candidate will: 1) provide expert statistical consultation on study design, implementation, analysis and the preparation of protocols, grants and manuscripts for multiple projects; 2) plan and oversee analyses for many types of data and studies; 3) train faculty, residents and students in biostatistics and study design and 4) provide curriculum development and instruction in biostatistics at the pre-and post-doctoral levels.
The Department of Kinesiology at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking an entry-level faculty member with expertise in the area of applied exercise and health. This tenure-track position, which will begin Fall Semester 2018, provides an opportunity to join a progressive, multidisciplinary faculty with a scholarly focus on human movement and physical activity. Scholarship in areas central to the Department's mission is welcome. Thematic areas of current interest within applied exercise and health include, but are not limited to, activity across the lifespan, women's health, and the application of multimodal wearable technologies to improve health.
The Behavioral Medicine Laboratory at the University of Calgary is currently accepting applications for the role of postdoctoral fellow with expertise in Health Psychology. The successful applicant will be primarily responsible for working on a program to provide a better and seamless alternative to emergency department assessment for patients with syncope who are at low risk of adverse outcomes. The goal of this project is to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction, and decrease consumption of health services resources. These project activities form part of a national networked program in research, training and career development, and patient engagement in research.
The Department of Exercise Science at Bellarmine University seeks to fill a 9-month, tenure-track faculty appointment, with a start date of August 2018. Salary and rank (Assistant or Associate Professor) will be commensurate with past experiences and academic qualifications. The Exercise Science Program is part of the newly formed School of Movement and Rehabilitation Science, College of Health Professions, along with the Masters of Science in Athletic Training and the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. This new structure will provide ample opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary teaching, scholarship and service.
The Adult and Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus seeks a full-time Assistant Research Professor. This position is within the Qualitative Research Core within ACCORDS, and thus requires health-related research experience and expertise in qualitative research methods. Specific areas of interest include in-depth and key informant interviews and focus group methods as well as expertise in qualitative research design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation. The position will involve consulting with faculty on qualitative research methods, grant applications and publications.
Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute in Seattle, WA is hiring new faculty investigators for 2018. Doctoral scientists with interests and expertise in the following areas are particularly encouraged to apply: health economics, aging/dementia, nursing, cardiovascular disease, and pharmacoepidemiology. KPWHRI is an academic research department within Kaiser Permanente Washington, a large regional health care system. Our mission is to improve health and health care for all through leading-edge, public domain research. Appointments are open rank, but applications for the rank of Assistant Investigator are strongly encouraged.
The Department of Health Behavior and Policy in the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine invites applications for multiple full time 12-month, tenure-track faculty at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The mission of the Department of Health Behavior and Policy is to transform the health landscape through multidisciplinary research, education, and service, with a strong emphasis on promoting health equity. We are seeking applications from candidates who have expertise and a programmatic line of research in one or more of: Health services, health care policy, or health economics; Social and behavioral sciences; Cancer prevention and control.
In collaboration with nationally recognized clinical psychologists with expertise in diabetes, JDRF has created a National Diabetes Psychology Fellowship program to increase capacity in diabetes clinical psychology and diabetes psychology research. The JDRF fellowship program is a combination of clinical diabetes care and diabetes research. Each fellowship is a 12-month term. Each applicant must have documented research experience, a career interest in diabetes psychology and completed a PhD program in the field of psychology. All applications are due no later than Thursday December 14th, 2017.