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Assistant/Associate Professor of Implementation Science
University of Michigan
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Posted: 16-Nov-21

Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Type: Full Time


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About University of Michigan
University of Michigan As one of the nation’s largest research universities, the University of Michigan provides research investigators with amenities uniquely suited for effectively carrying out research and research training. Established in 1817, the university is an internationally recognized institution with a broad spectrum of expertise in social science, clinical, public health, and biomedical research. Research is conducted within its nineteen academic schools and colleges, as well as within several large-scale research institutes, which emphasize interdisciplinary work, a priority for UM. University research expenditures for FY2018 totaled $1.55 billion, with over $852 million from the U.S. Federal Government, including over $579 million from NIH. National surveys consistently rank the University’s professional schools, including the School of Nursing, School of Public Health, Medical School, and School of Social Work, among the top 10. Teaching and research often cross traditional departmental and school boundaries, and the university has a large set of interdisciplinary research centers and institutes, including the Institute of Social Research, home of the Monitoring th...e Future project. Cross-disciplinary activity is one of the hallmarks of the institution. The UM environment provides resources for this training program which include: 1) state-of- the-art technology and facilities, 2) technological and statistical support and expertise, 3) inter- disciplinary and specialized collaboration and training at the university, national, and international level, 4) advantageous recruitment and retention of highly-trained research staff, 5) extensive research subject recruitment initiatives, 6) infrastructure supports that facilitate research implementation, translation, and dissemination, and 7) extensive library collections and databases. This strong infrastructure at the university level provides the administrative organization that supports research and training endeavors. The network of resources and environment available for this training program assure that it will and can be carried out as intended and that specific research projects supporting or arising from the training will be of high quality and impact. Michigan Medicine From trials of the first safe polio vaccine to the latest breakthroughs in treatments for neurological diseases, the University of Michigan continues to be at the forefront of pioneering research that significantly impacts human health. At $1.6+ billion, the University of Michigan is among the top public universities in research spending in the United States, and the Medical School is responsible for nearly half of those research expenditures. Consistently ranked among the US News and World Report top medical research schools, our faculty are members of the National Academies of Sciences and Medicine and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The U-M Medical School, part of Michigan Medicine, is one of the nation’s powerhouses in biomedical research. As a significant research and economic engine in the region, our research spending has an estimated economic impact of more than $1 billion. Our premier facilities, strong research funding, and preeminent scientists allow us to remain at the leading edge of understanding, detecting, and treating a broad array of human diseases and improving health and health care delivery. 3 hospitals and more than 125 clinics 2.4 million outpatients annually $662 million in sponsored awards to support research in fiscal year 2020 1.6+ million square feet of state-of-the-art laboratory space 16 of our 29 Medical School departments rank in the top 10 in the country for NIH funding Medical school research accounts for one-third of U-M’s patentable discoveries, and nearly half of its agreements with industry Tens of thousands of volunteers participate in our research studies each year
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