National Farm Medicine Center – Marshfield Clinic Research Institute
Job Summary: The Research Scientist in this open rank tenure track position maintains and conducts a high quality research program, relevant to the area of agricultural health and safety, rural health, and or environmental/occupational health, assisting NFMC in achieving the organizational goals and results within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI). This scientist or clinician-scientist should maintain a strong and consistent record of scientific discovery and he/she will secure externally funded research awards, collaborate with scientists and clinician investigators, and implement translation of their research throughout Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) and beyond. Remote working conditions will be considered for especially qualified and experienced candidates.
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Full-time Assistant Professor tenure line faculty position in the newly formed Department of Epidemiology and Population Health at Stanford University. The predominant criterion for appointment in the University Tenure Line is a major commitment to research and teaching. We desire expertise that will lead to a robust population science research agenda, and the potential or proven ability to secure independent or collaborative extramural NCI or other NIH-type funding. We seek faculty who conduct research on the causes, prevention, and treatment of cancer with a preference for an emphasis on addressing disparities in pediatric and/or adult cancers. We are interested in a broad array of disciplines and approaches including but not limited to genetic and molecular epidemiology, community-based participatory research, and cancer prevention and survivorship. A doctoral level degree in Epidemiology or a related field, with research experience relating to early career stage.
The Research Director works closely with the Executive Director to guide and implement internal processes, policies, and procedures that support the FCRO’s internal operations and help to meet the FCRO’s statutory review and reporting requirements through data collection and analysis. This data analysis is also used to respond to data requests from the Nebraska Legislature and other agencies in developing statewide public policy and fiscal priorities. The Research Director also researches national models to assist in determining critical indicators that the child welfare and juvenile justice systems should focus on when making strategic decisions. The Research Director conducts research projects including the refinement of research problems, design of methodologies for collecting and reporting program and analytical data from multiple sources, analysis of data and preparation of reports on programs, operations, and issues pertinent to the FCRO. The Research Director must have strong organizational and technical skills that can be flexibly adapted to meet the needs of the FCRO and external stakeholders. The Research Director must provide outstanding leadership, communicate professionally, and work collaboratively, efficiently, and strategically both individually and as part of a team of diverse professionals.
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The Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellowship Programis a two-year service and training program designed for early career individuals in public health and allied sciences. Fellows are placed in practice-based settings in community, non-profit, governmental, and/or health service organizations around Wisconsin. Through a curriculum focused on health equity and collaborative leadership, Fellows leave the program with a health equity lens applied to their practice as well as tangible skills in public health programming and management.
Have you ever been told you make data fun? Is it important to you that your work help people and improve lives in a meaningful way? If this describes you, come join an innovative data and quality improvement team in a mission-driven culture for the purposes of collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and reporting data outcomes for a variety of audiences and purposes. The Division of Medicaid and Long Term Care is seeking a Statistical Analyst II who has experience with data management and quantitative analysis. This individual will share in the responsibility of completing various processes related to executing data projects which rely on statistical analyses and programming experience in SPSS, SAS, and SQL. This position has responsibility associated with collecting, verifying, organizing, and analyzing data; interpreting results; and evaluating outcomes in order to identify relationships and trends in data, in addition to understanding and accounting for factors which could impact statistical results.