Department:: Dept of Population & Public Health Sciences
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate: Negotiable
The Department of Population & Public Health Sciences within the Boonshoft School of Medicine is seeking applicants for an Assistant or Associate Professor. The successful candidate will conduct research and teach courses in the Master of Public Health program and assist with research in a clinical department of the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
Population and Public Health Science faculty conduct research on a wide range of topics, including work in behavioral health, substance use, maternal child health outcomes, disabilities, and environmental health.
The graduate public health program offers a unique academic learning environment. The program is housed within a community-based medical school that values partnerships and collaborative programming with public health stakeholders. In addition to the MPH degree, students can earn a graduate certificate in epidemiology, emergency preparedness, global health, public health leadership, and our newest certificate – aerospace medicine.
PhD in biostatistics, statistics, epidemiology, or related field.
Breadth and depth of knowledge of statistical methodology, clinical epidemiology and applied statistics for common types of public health and clinical research.
Evidence of productivity resulting from previous collaborative research (e.g., peer-reviewed publications, participation in writing grant applications, abstracts, posters, presentations, reports, or other products).
Expertise in SPSS, SAS and/or R.
Experience writing protocols for IRB approval.
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a research team.
Expertise in design and analysis of clinical trials, design and analysis of observational studies, analysis of data from complex surveys, sample size estimation, and questionnaire design.
Excellent analytical, interpersonal, time management, and organizational skills, including thorough and consistent documentation of work to ensure reproducibility.
To qualify for Assistant Professor, the candidate must meet the minimum qualifications listed above.
To qualify for Associate Professor, the candidate must have a record of sustained and high-quality teaching and scholarship. Scholarship performance includes a minimum of five articles in peer-reviewed journals, or equivalent peer-reviewed repository, while at the rank of assistant professor. For publications on which the candidate is not the first author or senior author, the publications must represent reports of work in which the faculty member is the primary author or played a major role in the research. Outstanding teaching performance may be documented by learner and peer evaluations and awards.
Five years of experience in biostatistics or epidemiology, in particular, quantitative and scientific problems arising in public health.
Record of past/current extramural funding.
Experience writing extramural grant proposals.
Experience with REDCap.
Expertise in additional statistical computing software and in working with relational databases (e.g., Teradata, Oracle, DB2, SQL, Microsoft Access).
Expertise in mixed methods research (integration of qualitative & quantitative research.
Experience in consulting.
Collaborative peer-reviewed publications and statistical methodology publications in refereed journals.
Experience extracting, managing and analyzing data from medical record systems.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Teach graduate courses and mentor students. 30%
Conduct independent and collaborative research and submit grant proposals with other faculty. 40%
Provide biostatistical support to a clinical department within the Boonshoft School of Medicine – 20%.
Participate in university, community, and professional service – 10%.
Position is a 12-month non-tenured appointment with an initial contract of three years, renewable annually. Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
All courses are held at Research Park or offered through the university course management system. Graduate courses meet in the evening one night a week.
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