The University of
Virginia School of Medicine is seeking applicants for a
tenure-eligible faculty position in the Department of Public
Health Sciences. The candidate should have expertise in cancer
epidemiology with experience in risk factor and prognostic
research incorporating genomic data. The applicants will
ideally have an advanced degree in Epidemiology (e.g., MD and
MPH, or PhD). The successful candidate will also be expected
to contribute to the Departmentís program of teaching and
research. The candidate will be expected to develop and
sustain independent research funding. Applicants with the
following skills and experience are preferred:
preparing grant applications as a member of a research team;
∑ Experience in
the analysis of large epidemiologic study data;
working as a member of a collaborative research team to
develop initial research plans, analyze data, and prepared
manuscripts for publication;
with coordinating the planning and analysis requirements of
multiple grants and/or contract funded projects.
should have a track record of outstanding leadership and
communication skills, plus the ability to work well with
faculty, staff and students, as well as external contacts.
Commitment to the mission, vision, and core values of the
University is necessary. Proven ability to build and expand
relationships with others, and a history of service oriented
leadership with high levels of integrity, honesty, and
commitment is a must.
for this position online:
The University of Virginia
is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and is
strongly committed to building diversity within its community.