The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health invites applications to fill tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor and Associate Professor/Professor level at the San Antonio Campus.
Applicants with expertise in mental illness and substance use disorders, violence, and/or military health are of particular interest. The focus of this search is to seek applicants with interests in research on behavioral health, community practice, and military health. We also encourage experience with systems science for population health (e.g., machine learning, agent-based modeling, social network analysis, systems dynamics modeling, etc.), dissemination & implementation research, participatory-based research methods, quantitative methodologies and analytic approaches to population research, innovative modelling techniques or the application of innovative alternative study designs appropriate for complex clinical and/or community-based studies. Preference for the Associate/Full Professor position will be given to individuals with an expertise and interest in growing research on violence.
Qualifications include: (1) a doctorate with a focus in social/behavioral science or related disciplines (including public health, psychology, psychiatry, sociology, political science, anthropology, social work, health services, organizational science, etc.); (2) evidence of collaborative research supporting advances in mental health, community practice, military health, substance abuse, chronic disease prevention, violence, and/or health services research; 3) track record of established independent research funding including VA, CDC, or NIH-funded grants; (4) commitment to excellence in teaching and advising graduate students; and (5) excellence in written and oral communication skills. Multi-disciplinary training, with backgrounds that include computer sciences, biostatistics, engineering, and other equivalent disciplines/fields will also be considered. The applicant must demonstrate practical / applied expertise in analytic methods appropriate to enhancing research investigating psychosocial, behavioral, medical, and/or environmental factors associated with health outcomes as well as empirical research involving the design, implementation, and evaluation of behavioral interventions. Applicants must demonstrate experience as an independent researcher with funded research studies, presentations at national and international conferences, and a record of high-quality peer-reviewed publications.
Interested applicants should complete the web application and include a letter describing their qualifications and interests along with their curriculum vitae. Address correspondence to search committee Staff Coordinator Elva Apodaca (Elva.E.Apodaca@uth.tmc.edu).
Read the complete description and apply for the two open Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, positions here: http://p.rfer.us/UTHbQSBBG
Read the complete description and apply for the Associate/Full Professor-Focus on Violence and Mental Health position here [Assistant Professor Position at this link has been filled]: http://p.rfer.us/UTHmNZBBH
3 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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