Temple University College of Public Health, a multidisciplinary academic center devoted to an innovative educational and research environment that brings a transdisciplinary perspective of health, wellness and social welfare, is seeking early career health policy and services researchers to join the newly established Temple University Department of Health Services Administration and Policy (HSAP).
We seek individuals committed to collaborative, interdisciplinary research who have early career success or promise in scholarship and research funding in health services research with training in health economics, organization/management theory, health policy or health finance. Research agendas may involve a mix of retrospective analyses and prospective studies focused primarily on critical national health challenges, such as cancer and related diseases/behaviors; mental health, substance abuse/addiction, and violence; and, aging and chronic disease.
Temple University College of Public Health, a multidisciplinary academic center devoted to an innovative educational and research environment that brings a transdisciplinary perspective of health, wellness and social welfare, is seeking experienced health policy and services researchers to join the newly established Temple University Department of Health Services Administration and Policy (HSAP).
We seek senior faculty committed to collaborative, interdisciplinary research who have a substantial record of scholarship and research funding in health services research with backgrounds in health economics, organization/management theory, health policy or health finance. Research should involve a mix of retrospective analyses and prospective studies focused primarily on critical national health challenges, such as cancer and related diseases/behaviors; mental health, substance abuse/addiction, and violence; and, aging and chronic disease.
Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management
Norman Topping Chair in Medicine and Public Policy
The Sol Price School of Public Policy invites nominations and applications for
a new position as a full Professor in the Department of Health Policy and
Management. The Price School seeks a nationally renowned scholar who can
demonstrate excellence in research and training at the interface between public
policy and medicine. The successful candidate is expected to take an
intellectual leadership role in both the Price School and the Leonard D.
Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics, an interdisciplinary research
center serving as a hub for health policy research throughout the University.
The applicant should be a distinguished scholar, broadly defined. Substantive
research areas may include medicine, public policy, economics, or other
disciplines. Applicants should hold an appropriate doctoral degree and have
exceptional research and teaching records. The ideal candidate will also
demonstrate an ability to raise external funding to support research and
training. Candidates are expected to meet School and University standards for
full tenured professors. It is expected that the successful candidate will be
nominated for the Norman Topping Chair in Medicine and Public Policy, named in
honor of one of USC’s longest serving University Presidents.
The Division of Health Policy and Administration in the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago invites applications for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall 2017.
Candidates for this position must have a doctorate in economics, health services research, health policy, health administration, public policy, or business or expect one by August 2017. A promising record of publications and experience with extramurally funded research grants is encouraged. The ideal candidate would be able to teach courses in healthcare finance and research methods.
HPA offers MPH, MHA, and PhD degrees as well as several certificate programs. Evaluation of applications and nominations will be ongoing until the position is filled, but preference will be given to those received before December 1, 2016.
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The Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School invites applications for the Marshall J. Seidman Fellow position. The Seidman Fellow is a research associate appointment within the Department of Health Care Policy. The fellow will advance their analytic skills and publication record through informal training and extensive collaboration with Department faculty on research projects in the fields of disability, health, and labor economics. Qualifications include a Ph.D. in economics, public policy, health policy, or a related field; experience in health, labor, or public economics research; and strong writing and oral presentation skills. The expectation is that this will be a two-year appointment that will prepare the fellow for successful placement in an academic tenure-track position at a major research university.
The Department of Health Law, Policy & Management in the Boston University School of Public Health invites applications for new full-time faculty positions in health economics. Ideally, candidates will have demonstrated research interest and expertise on the impact of policy changes on disadvantaged populations in line with the mission of the School of Public Health and the affiliated Boston Medical Center (a safety-net hospital). Experience with large databases relating to healthcare access, utilization and outcomes, or electronic medical records and health surveys, is also important. Rank is open. A doctoral degree in a relevant field is required.
The Department of Health Services Research is accepting applications for an Open Rank, term tenure-track or term tenure faculty. The current strengths of the department include decision science, health economics and policy, and comparative effectiveness research using large administrative databases and novel data linkages. We are interested in candidates who will help enhance and expand our current focus areas, particularly candidates with expertise in one of the following areas: implementation and dissemination science, modeling, behavioral economics, cancer health policy, and comparative effectiveness research. However, applicants from all areas of expertise are welcome.
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions at the Assistant or Associate Rank
The Department of Health Services Policy and Management (HSPM) in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina seeks qualified candidates for two tenure-track assistant or associate professor positions with focus areas related to health care management and administration, information systems, health care financing and health policy.