Addiction Research Faculty, Epidemiology Division at the University of Utah (PRN02600F)
The Division of Epidemiology at the University of Utah is seeking a faculty member to carry out addiction related research and to promote and facilitate collaborative studies in epidemiology, pharmacoepidemiology, and/or addiction health services research. Candidates with experience in large scale, health system focused, prospective research studies are also encouraged to apply. A multitude of opportunities for collaborative research exist in areas such as clinical and population health decision support systems, computer-based prediction modeling, data science, and epidemiology of chronic diseases at the University of Utah and Salt Lake City Veterans Health Care System. This position will specifically work to continue to build the behavioral health and addiction sciences research portfolio and acumen of the University of Utah School of Medicine. To be considered applicants must possess an MD or PhD or PharmD in related discipline, currently have secured independent funding, demonstrate authorship, have 3 years of experience or training in a related discipline and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills. As a key member of the Division of Epidemiology and collaborator with the Salt Lake City Veterans Health Care System, the successful candidate will be a highly motivated investigator whose major focus is research and productivity.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled or the search is closed. Inquiries may be sent to: Jerry Cochran, PhD Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology email@example.com
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University of Utah Job ID# PRN02600F - 00224 - Internal Medicine Admin
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