Stony Brook University is inviting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on a 5-year, NIH-funded study in Malawi to examine the role of adverse childhood experiences in shaping divergent HIV risk trajectories during adolescence. The project will be collecting new rounds of prospective data directly from over 3,000 children as they move through adolescence.
The Postdoctoral Associate will work under the co-supervision of the two Principal Investigators (Dr. Rachel Kidman at Stony Brook University and Dr. Hans-Peter Kohler at the University of Pennsylvania). The candidate will be involved in all aspects of data collection in Malawi; will contribute to data analyses; and will be expected to prepare research manuscripts and presentations. The position will travel to Malawi to oversee fieldwork and liaise with local research teams. The candidate will be encouraged to develop their own research questions within the scope of the project. The starting date will be spring or early summer 2017, depending on the candidate’s availability.
Applications can be completed at https://stonybrooku.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=1700097.
The Center for Construction Research and Training is seeking a Research Scientist, someone with (highly preferred) PhD in public health, marketing or health communications. Great opportunity to work with construction industry and construction unions on safety and health.
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The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health announces the search for a tenure-earning faculty position in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the assistant or associate professor level. Continue reading “Faculty Position–Environmental and Occupational Health”
A PhD Candidate on campus is seeking student workers to assist with data entry.
See a description of the tasks in the document below. Interested students should contact Dr. Fang Yu or Brenda Nickol for further instructions.
hiring short-term student workers for data entry
VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITION IN DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
This posting is for a part-time research position, approximately 8-hours per week, for an individual with good database and statistics skills, who is interested in receiving publication credit on papers/posters related to patients with liver disease or Parkinson’s disease.
Duties will include: data entry from pre-existing score sheets into an excel database; use of SPSS and/or SAS or other software to perform both basic and higher level statistical analyses of the data, in conjunction with guidance from UNMC statisticians; manuscript preparation and publication; and possibly poster presentation(s).
Duration of this project is flexible, but a minimum of 4-months is required.
View instructions in the document below.
VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITION IN DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY