University of Rochester Research Asst Professor - 208333 in Rochester, New York
Research Asst Professor
School of Medicine & Dentistry
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is seeking a Research Assistant Professor to conduct research on women’s health, in particular gynecological health. The individual in this position will obtain grants and contracts, will develop a program of research in gynecological health, will mentor residents, fellows, post-docs, and graduate students, and will serve as a resource to the University’s academic community on issues relating to gynecological health. Responsibilities include design, implementation, and evaluation of research requiring substantial judgment and experience, including assessing gynecological health research needs and liaising with stakeholders around development and evaluation of interventions for women’s health. While considerable breadth and scope in leadership in this role is required, the Research Assistant Professor will work closely with a large and diverse team of professionals both within and outside of the University in achieving project goals.
• This position requires a PhD degree in a basic science or health field with formal coursework in statistics, quantitative methods, and other related fields.
• The position requires at least three years of post-doctoral academic experience conducting research on women’s gynecological health
• Prior experience supervising students and others in a lab setting
• Demonstrated evidence of the following specific skills are required: federal (NIH, CDC, NSF) grantwriting; publication in peer-reviewed journals of relevance; demonstrated partnerships with clinicians; and experience leading research projects.
• Lab-based research expertise required.
All applicants must apply online
For more information contact:
Timothy D. Dye, PhD (email@example.com)
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Public Health Sciences, and Medical Informatics
Associate Chair for Research, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Director, Biomedical Informatics, Clinical and Translational Science Institute
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
CDC Global and Territorial Health Research Network Coordinating Center (http://globalresearchnetwork.net/)
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