Nominations and applications are invited for the position of Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
UIC, the largest public research university located in the metropolitan Chicago area, is a major contributor to the economic, academic and healthcare vitality of the city. UIC has a budget of $2.095 billion and with more than $313 million in annual research awards (FY16), UIC ranks among the leading universities in federal research funding. The campus serves a diverse student population of 29,000 with a faculty and staff of 15,603 and is designated a Minority, Hispanic, and Asian American and Pacific Islander Serving Institution. UIC programs span the arts, business, education, humanities, basic, social and health sciences, engineering and technology, social work, urban planning and public policy. The School of Public Health, the only fully-accredited School of Public Health in Illinois, contributes significantly to the research activity of UIC, and links closely to other UIC colleges and care delivery system.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recruiting to fill approximately 10 PE Fellowship positions for 2017.
Applicants must have a doctoral degree in economics, decision sciences, health services research or related health sciences, industrial engineering, operations research, public policy, or related quantitatively-oriented fields. Non-US citizens are encouraged to apply. All doctoral degree requirements must be completed by 7/14/2017.
The starting annual salary is approximately $73,000 plus full Federal benefits. The application period is now open and closes 1/27/2017. he 2017 fellowship class begins on 8/21/2017 with an intensive orientation and training program. Interested individuals should apply online at: www.cdc.gov/pef. For more information about the PE Fellowship, please contact Adam G. Skelton, PhD, MPH, [email protected], 404-861-3882.
- Amy Finkelstein, MIT
- The Impact of Expanding Medicaid: Evidence from the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment
- Date & time:
- Friday, January 6, 2017, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
- Hyatt Regency Chicago
The Center for Health Economics of Treatment Interventions for Substance Use Disorder, HCV, and HIV (CHERISH) located in the Department of Healthcare Policy & Research at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City invites applicants with a record of significant research accomplishments in the health economics and policy of substance use disorders for a faculty position.
The Department of Health Policy and Administration (HPA), in the College of Health and Human Development (HHD), invites applicants for the position of Department Head, ideally to start August 2017 although the start date is negotiable. We seek a leader with the vision and energy to promote excellence in the teaching, research, and outreach missions of an interdisciplinary department dedicated to developing leaders and generating new knowledge to improve health and health care. Qualifications include an exemplary record of scholarship and external funding, consistent with having developed a national reputation in one’s field of study, and a PhD in a discipline relevant to HPA including, but not limited to, health services research, population health, management, economics, sociology, demography, public policy or administration; and eligibility for appointment as a tenured full professor including individuals currently at the advanced associate level.
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.