The Department of Epidemiology at the Indiana University (IU) Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health (FSPH) is recruiting a physician-scientist for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in clinical epidemiology. Primary responsibilities will be research as well as mentoring in the department’s graduate epidemiology programs. Faculty at FSPH are also expected to teach at least one course relevant to public health at the graduate or undergraduate level.
Candidates should have either
- a successful track record of funded studies and peer-reviewed publications in the use of epidemiologic methods as applied to clinical and translational research, or
- recently completed a PhD program, postdoctoral fellowship, or MS degree program related to clinical and/or health services research.
A public health oriented physician-scientist with a MD, MD/PhD, MD/MPH or related clinical research background is preferred. We seek candidates at all levels (Assistant, Associate, Full Professor) to join our productive and collaborative department, which seeks to improve health outcomes for Indiana and the world.
In addition to primary duties within FSPH, we seek candidates who are interested in a secondary appointment with the IU School of Medicine as well as those who desire to practice clinically with one of our partners: Eskenazi Health, IU Health, or the Roudebush VA Medical Center.
Salary will be commensurate with rank and experience, including an attractive benefits package. Indiana University is an EEO/AA employer, M/F, D. FSPH is committed to building a diverse faculty and encourage applications from minorities and women. Internal candidates are also encouraged to apply.
Inquiries about this position should be sent to Dr. Jiali Han, email@example.com.
Applications should be submitted online.
About the Department of Epidemiology
The Department of Epidemiology possesses a strong track record in NIH-funded research as well as extramural research funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Indiana State Department of Health, and the Department of Veterans Affairs. The department’s faculty are national and international experts in cancer, genetics, coronary heart disease, diabetes, nutrition, public health infectious disease reporting, and public health practice.