Applications will be considered at the level of Assistant Professor (Research Track).
Responsibilities of the position include:
- Develop an independent research portfolio in the area of traumatic injury and violence prevention (e.g., develop grant proposals for diverse funding sources including NIH, CDC and foundations; learn to lead large epidemiologic studies)
- Conduct and support epidemiologic studies of traumatic injury and violence prevention with human populations
- Develop and lead statistical analysis plans for injury and violence prevention projects such as in homicide/suicide, opioid overdose, falls in older adults, transportation and workplace violence
- Develop dissemination materials for internal and external partners, such as policy briefs and reports
- Develop dissemination materials for research audiences, such as peer-reviewed manuscripts and conference presentations
- Supervise students with experiential learning projects
- Support advancement of the UI Injury Prevention Research Center’s core mission
- Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to promoting a diverse academic environment
For consideration, applicants must hold a PhD or other doctorate in a relevant field including graduate-level training in epidemiologic methods; have publications in relevant peer-reviewed journals; demonstrate the ability to develop an externally funded research program and future scholarship. Additionally, applicants should have knowledge of advanced statistical methods; and have experience with administrative datasets.