Assistant or Associate Professor in Health
The Department of Health Policy and Management of Columbia
University's Mailman School of Public Health seeks applicants for a
position in health policy, at the Assistant or Associate Professor
level, beginning September 1, 2022.
We seek scholars with a doctoral degree in health policy, or a
closely related degree, such as political science, sociology, or
health services research. We define the term health policy
quite broadly, but are especially interested in candidates who
conduct research that examines the ways that the policymakers and
managers can minimize the disparities caused by the social
(non-medical) determinants of health. The successful
candidate must also be able to teach courses in health policy
and/or research methodology at the master’s level.
All applicants must have the potential for excellence in
teaching and research.
The Department of Health Policy and Management has a
multidisciplinary faculty that trains Masters level students in
health policy and health administration. We maintain close ties
with Columbia's Graduate School of Business, Graduate School of
Arts and Sciences, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and School
of International and Public Affairs, as well as with many New York
area healthcare delivery and research institutions.
Review of applications will commence December 1, 2021.
We encourage new graduates and current assistant or associate
professors to apply. To apply, please submit a curriculum vitae,
and contact information for three references via apply.interfolio.com/89495
Please address any questions to the search committee chair,
Professor Miriam Laugesen (email@example.com).
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