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The Department of Preventive Medicine seeks a funded researcher with nationally recognized expertise in areas that may include preventive medicine, biostatistics, epidemiology, clinical trials, behavioral medicine, psychology, health services research, health promotion, public health, exercise physiology, informatics or nutrition. This individual should have a history of research collaboration and achievement, a commitment to education, a track record of mentoring junior faculty, national involvement in professional organizations in an area of expertise, and a proven ability to administer and manage.
Weight Watchers International seeks application for a Senior Manager, Clinical Research in their Science department. This is a very exciting opportunity in the Science department to take on a role managing the wide portfolio of Weight Watchers studies, pilots, and clinical trials with researchers around the globe. As a science-based company and leader in behavioral weight management, research is at the heart of our program, and serves to provide an evidence base for the efficacy of our current programs and products, and test basic behavioral findings in the context of WW to drive program innovation. You will play a key role as an expert in clinical research, as well as a behavior change subject matter expert related to weight management and well-being.
Nominations are being sought for the Head (Chair) of the Department of Family Medicine & Biobehavioral Health of the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Duluth campus. The successful candidate will have a philosophy of collaboration and teamwork in interactions within and across departments. They will have shown the ability to successfully support multidisciplinary efforts and institutes, in a complex environment. Candidates will have demonstrated leadership and effectiveness in building research initiatives alongside clinical programs, preferably at a departmental level. They will also have a proven ability to lead and provide visionary leadership in a complex environment.
The Ohio State University College of Public Health is seeking an innovative leader and scholar to chair its Division of Health Behavior and Health Promotion. The successful candidate will develop a vision for the Division to become a premier center for public health behavioral science. The successful candidate will also strengthen the behavioral science mission within the College of Public Health and other health sciences colleges at Ohio State.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Community Health Sciences is seeking an open rank full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty member at rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Full Professor to join the growing Social and Behavioral Program within the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health in the School of Community Health Sciences. The faculty member will have an established track record of research dissemination that includes local, regional and national presence at conferences, seminars, symposia and community outreach events. S/he will provide training and mentorship for students interested in health disparities research.
The Southern Medical Program within the Faculty of Medicine at UBC invites applications from outstanding candidates for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Chronic Disease Prevention Program (CDPP). An appropriate academic department in the Faculty of Medicine will be identified at the time a successful candidate is selected. The successful candidate will have demonstrated research excellence, or the potential for research excellence, in the study of physical activity or healthy eating as it applies to cardiovascular or respiratory diseases, diabetes, neurotrauma or neurodegenerative diseases.
The Southern Medical Program within the Faculty of Medicine at UBC invites applications from outstanding Clinician-Scientists for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Chronic Disease Prevention Program (CDPP). The CDPP is a newly established program, forged from a vision to establish an internationally recognized, interdisciplinary program of research and knowledge translation for the prevention and management of chronic diseases and conditions. The successful candidate will have demonstrated research excellence, or the potential for research excellence, in the study of physical activity or nutrition as it applies to cardiovascular or respiratory diseases, diabetes, neurotrauma or neurodegenerative diseases.
The Department of Psychology at The University of Tampa is seeking qualified candidates for a full time, non-tenure track, annually renewable Assistant Professor of Psychology starting August 2018. Responsibilities involve teaching four, 4-hour courses each semester: primarily health psychology as well as introductory research methods and statistics, general psychology, and other social psychology courses as needed.