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Northwestern University Seeks Assistant or Associate Professor in Biobehavioral Oncology Research

Position is for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor with the Department of Medical Social Sciences (MSS) and the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Cancer Control and Survivorship (CCS) Program at Northwestern University. The faculty member will be affiliated with the MSS Biobehavioral Mechanisms and Health Outcomes program and the Cancer Survivorship Institute directed by Frank Penedo, PhD. Candidates must have research interests and expertise in biobehavioral approaches in cancer survivorship including underlying biological mechanisms of SES, psychosocial and/or sociocultural influences on symptom burden, quality of life, psychosocial adjustment, disease activity, and/or health outcomes. Candidates should have an outstanding record of scholarly publications and a history of extramural funding. Full-time, continuing position. Flexible start date.

Please send statement of interest, CV, representative reprints, and three references to Search Chair, Brian Mustanski, PhD, c/o of Carolyn Studney (Carolyn.studney@northwestern.edu). Reference search #22444 in subject line of email. Applicants considered until the position is filled.

The full job description can be found at: http://www.mss.northwestern.edu/docs/careers/biobehavioralonc.pdf


Northwestern is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.