Successful applicants are expected to have an independent, externally funded, and sustainable scholarly research program, evidence of conducting rigorous and innovative research, a strong track record of publications and scholarly activities, and will participate in DFMCH and Program in Health Disparities Research (PHDR) projects and programs, and teach medical and public health students and residents.
70% effort; The successful candidate will be expected to assume major responsibility for overseeing their ongoing externally funded health-related research projects (e.g. NIH).
Participate in DFMCH and Program in Health Disparities Research projects and programs including teaching medical students, residents.
5-10% effort; Prepare new grant proposals and secure independent research funding.
15-30% effort; Clinical effort within affiliated primary care clinic.
Candidate is expected to have paid effort as either Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator on NIH grants or equivalent funding.
PhD or equivalent degree in a health, mental health/behavioral medicine, public health or related field or MD/DO with board certification in Family Medicine, General Internal Medicine, or Pediatrics.
Minimum 5 years of research experience within health-related fields
Demonstrated evidence of success as a principal investigator on grant proposals at a federal/national level in obtaining independent external research funding (e.g., current funding or submitted applications for independent awards, particularly from the NIH).
Demonstrated experience in publishing in quality, peer-reviewed, high impact journals and presentations in relevant professional meetings.
Experience mentoring post doctorate, graduate and/or medical students.
Candidate must have an established academic track record commensurate with the rank of Tenured or Tenure Track Associate Professor and the ability to qualify for appointment as an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School.
Demonstrated expertise and appropriate professional licensure in area of training and research interest, such as nutrition, chronic disease, mental / behavioral health, medicine etc.
Sustained grant funding from the National Institutes of Health as a Principal Investigator.
Record of accomplishment of interdisciplinary and community-engaged research.
Evidence of collaborations and partnerships within and outside own Department, and spearheading multi-disciplinary collaborations with diverse teams.
High priority will be given to candidates who display enthusiasm for research, with interests that compliments those of current faculty members.
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