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Faculty Position in Health Disparities Research

Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN seeks an outstanding research investigator in the science of health disparities research at the associate professor level or above. The successful applicant would be expected to play a leadership role in a comprehensive, significant institution-wide effort to address health disparities at a local and national level. This is a career scientist position (equivalent to tenure track) and includes a competitive start-up package, benefits and ongoing operating support. Mayo Clinic supports an existing infrastructure of community outreach and health disparities research. Credentials of successful applicants will include national/international recognition in the field and a track record of NIH or equivalent peer-reviewed grant funding. Investigators with expertise in behavioral sciences, partnering with community members and effectively working with clinical practices are particularly encouraged to apply.

Mayo Clinic is a not-for-profit organization with integrated research, education and clinical practice activities on a multi-campus environment. To learn more about Mayo Clinic, please visit www.mayoclinic.org

Questions regarding this position can be addressed to Dr. David O. Warner, Chair, Search Committee, at warner.david@mayo.edu. A curriculum vitae, selected publications and a statement of research interests should be submitted by October 30, 2009 to:

Sandra Penning
Research Administration
Mayo Clinic
200 First Street SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Email: penning.sandra@mayo.edu

Mayo Foundation is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and educator. Post-offer/pre-employment drug screening is required.