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Health Communications and Cancer

The UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks junior, mid-career and senior level candidates for tenure-track faculty positions in cancer-related health communication. This broad-based recruitment seeks outstanding researchers in areas, including but not limited to: new media, message development, medical decision making, cancer survivorship and health disparities. The positions are supported in part by the University Cancer Research Fund, which this year provides $40 million for cancer research at UNC Chapel Hill. Applicants should have a strong record of recent accomplishments as post-doctoral fellows, or sustained productivity as established faculty members, and a clear commitment to cancer research. Successful candidates would become members of the Cancer Center and have primary appointments in the UNC School of Public Health or in other departments across the University. Appointment and rank in an academic department will be determined by the applicant's qualifications. Dr. Marci Campbell, UNC Lineberger Program Leader in Cancer Prevention and Control, chairs the search committee.

Applicants must submit curriculum vitae, a description of research plans, and names of three references through the UNC Chapel Hill's web-based system: http://hr.unc.edu//jobseekers/. Follow the links to EPA Faculty open positions and then use Recruitment ID 1001020 in the Keyword Search to find the position. Click Apply Now or Apply for this Position links. Please note that application may first require registration in the system and then application. PDF documents are preferred.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity/ADA employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Supported by the University Cancer Research Fund