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Job Title: Associate or Full Professor
Job Number: Log #19-110
Organization: Precision Medicine and Population Health
Posted: 6/21/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Public Health - General
Industry: Academic Institutions
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Atlanta,  GA    USA
Position Description: The School of Public Health is seeking a tenure-track faculty member to join its core faculty as a scholar to lead its new initiative in Precision Medicine and Public Health.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have an earned or awarded doctorate (or equivalent degree) in one of a number of disciplines, including (but not limited to) Public Health, Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Economics, Medical Sociology, Genomics, Health Law, Public Policy, or Health Services Research. The preferred candidate should have academic, practice, and leadership experience in public health or a related field, but candidates from other fields with demonstrable knowledge and background in population health issues will be welcome. It is expected that the candidate will have a track record of publication and grant-funded research, and will have broad, cross-cutting interests in the science and its social implications. Candidates who demonstrate a strong record of independent or collaborative research with extramural funding support are preferred. Prior work experience in a university setting is highly desirable. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential.

Organization Description: Precision medicine has been with us for many years, mostly in the form of drugs and devices that can be used for curative and restorative purposes. The advances of the past few years has pushed precision medicine beyond the general and into the realm of specific treatments for individuals, based on the genetic makeup of both host and disease. Much of the attention has been devoted to the biogenetic process, less to the social, demographic, and economic aspects that will ultimately determine the pathway for precision medicine in society. An interdisciplinary group at GSU (public health, law, molecular genetics, economics) wishes to pursue a broad agenda that will encompass laboratory science, population health, health disparities and inequalities, the legal and ethical foundation for genetic therapies, and the economic implications of such treatments. We seek a scholar in any of those fields who will be in a position to lead combined efforts in all of them.

Closing Date: 9/21/2018
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: School of Public Health,  Associate or Full Professor
Contact Location: School of Public Health, Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3984
Atlanta   GA  30302-3984
Contact Location: School of Public Health, Georgia State University
  P.O. Box 3984
  Atlanta   GA  30302-3984
Contact Phone: 404-413-1130 
Contact Fax: 404-413-1140
Contact Email:
Web Address:
How to Apply: Electronic submissions are preferred: Submit a letter of interest; resume or curriculum vitae; and names/contact information for three references to the attention of:

Dr. Richard Rothenberg, Chair, Search Committee

Additional Information: Please include Associate or Full Professor - Precision Medicine and Population Health (Log# 19-110) in the subject line.

Web Site Delete Date: 9/21/2018