The Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center, one of the country’s premier health sciences centers, has outstanding opportunities for tenured or tenure-track basic science & translational scientists and academic leaders with research interests in diabetes, obesity and metabolism to expand the institution’s diabetes applied translation research base.
With the goal of expanding innovative research aimed at effective delivery of diabetes prevention and quality of care, the WHSC seeks to strategically strengthen diabetes translation research in a few selected areas (e.g., health services research, application of technologies, machine learning and applied artificial intelligence, big data analytics, precision health).
Interested candidates may submit a curriculum vitae and letter of interest describing their interest and relevant background including three or more references. Please submit your information to this position on the Emory Career Website at: https://faculty-emory.icims.com/jobs/45954/job.
Evaluation of applications will begin in December 2019 and continue until all positions are filled. Applications will be kept confidential and references will not be contacted without the permission of the applicant.
Qualified candidates should have a MD and/or PhD (in a relevant discipline) with a strong record of academic research scholarship, a demonstrated capacity to publish and secure external funding, and the ability to be a team player while carving out a distinctive niche in diabetes translation research. Multiple opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration exist across WHSC and other Emory schools. The candidate’s interest and discipline will determine the primary appointment (e.g., schools of medicine, public health, or nursing), but cross-appointments with other WHSC schools and/or other Emory schools (Arts & Sciences, Business, Law) will be encouraged to foster the idea of “One Emory”.
Internal Number: 45954
About Emory University Woodruff Health Sciences Center
Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC), includes schools of medicine, public health, nursing, the Winship Cancer Center, and Yerkes National Primate Research Center, and received nearly $640 million in sponsored research in 2019. The Emory Global Diabetes Research Center (EGDRC) and the NIDDK-funded Georgia Center for Diabetes Translation Research (GCDTR) are inter-disciplinary, multi-school, multi-institutional, research intensive programs of national and international prominence (http://diabetes.emory.edu/index.html). EGDRC and GDDTR have active partnerships with key domestic institutions, including Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance, Center for AIDS Research, Emory Healthcare, Grady Hospital, Veterans Administration, Georgia Institute of Technology, Morehouse School of Medicine, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and numerous international institutions