The Department of Epidemiology is recruiting a non-tenure track faculty member at the Assistant Professor level. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing department that has already established leadership and expertise in cutting edge areas including substance abuse and HIV, genetic epidemiology, psychiatric epidemiology, and infectious and chronic disease. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses that support our graduate epidemiology and public health programs. Contributions to undergraduate teaching and student advising may also be part of the faculty member’s professional portfolio.
In addition to our PhD program, we offer an M.S. in epidemiology, oversee the epidemiology concentration in the MPH program, and provide teaching and mentoring to undergraduates interested in a variety of health fields. The successful candidate will join a top ranked accredited college that has 8 departments and over 2500 students across 20 degree programs. In addition, the faculty member will have access to college level instructional design and teaching mentoring services that support the academic mission.
The Department of Epidemiology is uniquely situated within the College of Public Health and Health Professions (PHHP) and the College of Medicine. The Department’s academic programs are managed by PHHP. In addition to PHHP’s nationally top ranked academic programs, the college is ranked 8th among public universities in NIH funding, including the department’s vibrant research portfolio, with over $7 million in external funding.
Minimum requirements: Doctoral degree in epidemiology, public health, or related field