The Department of Family Medicine in the College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University (MSU) announces the search for a tenure-track position to strengthen our health systems research focusing on implementation and population health research.
Successful applicants will have a background in health systems research, innovative and patient-centered chronic disease management and prevention, and/or implementation research within healthcare systems or primary care settings. While all areas of specialization related to population health and health systems research will be considered, we are especially interested in applicants focusing on the prevention and better management of chronic somatic and mental disorders, implementation research, and the application of new technologies and artificial intelligence in healthcare.
Candidates should have a demonstrated record of peer-reviewed publications and extramural federal funding or a scored application. A track record of interdisciplinary and community-engaged research is highly desirable.
Applicants must have a doctoral and/or an MD/DO degree with substantial experience in population health or health systems research. The primary location for this position is Grand Rapids, MI. The department is community based and offers a unique opportunity to collaborate with bench-science, clinical, and population health colleagues, with research opportunities across the state in rural, suburban, and urban settings. The Department works closely with large healthcare systems, is closely connected with a statewide network of primary care practices, and is expanding its international research.
Please address inquiries to Dr. Judy Arnetz, Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Department of Family Medicine visit our website at http://chmfamilymedicine.msu.edu.
Doctorate - Population Health or Health Systems Research
Applicants must have a doctoral and/or an MD/DO degree with substantial experience in health systems research. In addition to opportunities to collaborate with researchers across MSU, the department is community based and offers the ability to collaborate with clinical and population health colleagues, with research opportunities across the state in rural, suburban, and urban settings. Assistant professor level requires postdoctoral training, a K-award or other evidence of preparation for success. Associate professor level applicants require significant record of scholarship and external funding.
Required Application Materials
Cover letter and CV
Review of applications will begin on March 6, 2018, and will continue until the position has been filled. Please apply online at careers.msu.edu and address application materials to Dr. Judith Arnetz.
Internal Number: 487391
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