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Associate Professor/Professor in Health Economics
Rutgers School of Public Health is seeking a senior level (Associate or Full) Professor in Health Economics on the tenure track. Qualified candidates should have a doctoral degree in economics or equivalent. Additional requirements include. We are seeking a creative, collaborative faculty member who is motivated to understand and improve public health through scholarship, service, and policy development; will contribute actively to the teaching mission using modern pedagogical techniques; and will mentor MPH and doctoral students. Additional requirements include a demonstrated ability to develop and lead a program of health economics research, a strong record of scholarly achievement, sustained extramural research funding as Principal Investigator, experience in teaching, and mentoring a new generation of public health researchers, evidence of community engagement, and a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and anti-racism.



Assistant Professor, Tenure Track (Biostatistics)
Rutgers School of Public Health is seeking an Assistant Professor in Biostatistics on the tenure track. Qualified candidates should have a PhD or equivalent in biostatistics or a related discipline, demonstrate potential for scholarly achievement, demonstrate potential to obtain extramural funding to sustain their research program, demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching and mentoring a new generation of public health researchers, and a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and anti-racism. The ideal candidate will enhance our biostatistical core and complement or deepen our current department strengths, including but not limited to: big data, causal inference, data fusion, data science, genomics, imaging, and machine learning. Faculty at the Rutgers School of Public Health will have the opportunity to engage in exciting teaching and mentorship activities in our masters and doctoral programs.



Professor/Associate Professor, Tenure Track or Tenured (Global Public Health)
Rutgers School of Public Health is seeking a Professor/Associate Professor tenure track or tenured in Urban-Global Public health with a focus on Global Public Health. Qualified candidates must have a PhD or equivalent. Additional requirements include a strong record of scholarly achievement, sustained extramural research funding as Principal Investigator, experience in teaching and mentoring a new generation of public health researchers, evidence of community engagement, and a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and anti-racism.



Assistant Professor, Teaching Track Position (Nutrition)
We are seeking applications for a full-time teaching (non-tenure) track Assistant Professor appointment in the Department of Urban-Global Public Health. The successful candidate will primarily be devoted to our teaching mission, with a focus on nutrition-focused and core courses. The Department currently has four concentrations: urban public health, global public health, LGBTQ health and public health nutrition. In addition to teaching, the position will include academic and practicum advising, education-related scholarship, as well as mentoring for our MPH and DrPH students. Participation in research projects and community engagement is also encouraged.



Associate or Full Professor, Tenure Track (Epidemiology)
Rutgers School of Public Health is seeking a senior level (Associate or Full) Professor in Epidemiology on the tenure track. Qualified candidates should have a PhD or equivalent in epidemiology or a related discipline or an MD plus training in epidemiology. Additional requirements include a strong record of scholarly achievement, sustained extramural research funding as Principal Investigator, experience in teaching, and mentoring a new generation of public health researchers, evidence of community engagement, and a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and anti-racism. The ideal candidate will enhance, complement, and deepen our current department strengths, including but not limited to: cancer epidemiology, chronic disease epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, epidemiologic methods, infectious disease epidemiology, nutritional epidemiology, reproductive and/or perinatal epidemiology, social epidemiology, and/or pharmacoepidemiology.