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  • Post-Doctoral Interprofessional Fellowship with the National Clinician Scholars Program 

    The National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Academic Affiliations have partnered to offer a two-year interprofessional fellowship to physicians and postdoctoral nurses. The program provides health services and policy research training, as well as leadership and communication skills training, to create the next generation of change agents.

    The goal of the program is to equip our Scholars to effectively partner with community leaders and policy makers to cultivate health equity, eliminate health disparities, invent and evaluate new models of care delivery, and innovate and implement programs to achieve higher-quality health and health care at lower costs. Program alumni are leaders and collaborators embedded in communities, health care systems, academic medical centers, government, foundations, and think tanks in the US and around the world.

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    Application Information: Physicians and doctoral trained nurses are eligible to apply. Prior relevant research experience is preferred, but not required. A commitment to teamwork, collaborative learning, and conducting high-quality research to improve patient health and health care is a must! To learn more about the program and the application process, please visit:

  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Sexual and Reproductive Health at Indiana University School of Public Health 

    Dr. Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson is seeking applicants for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship position in sexual and reproductive health with her research group, EMERGE (Engaging MicroenterprisE for Research Generation and Health Empowerment) at the Indiana University School of Public Health, Bloomington, IN in the Department of Applied Health Science.

    The Post-Doctoral Fellow will support the development and evaluation of a number of studies relating to economic-strengthening interventions (ESI) to reduce poverty and sexual and reproductive health disparities, including HIV, in young adults in the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa. The overall goal of the EMERGE research group is: (1) to develop and test health-focused ESIs, such as microfinance, cash transfers, incentives, vouchers, workforce development, and financial literacy training, to reduce economic drivers of disparities in HIV and other SRH outcomes; (2) to examine how behavioral economics, such as present bias or endowment effect, and traditional poverty-related factors, including income insecurity and economic abuse, influence SRH decision-making relating to number and type of sexual partners, fertility preferences, and/or use of perinatal and sexually transmitted infections (STI/HIV) clinical services; and (3) to examine how mobile health technologies, such as text messages or mobile apps, can be used to increase SRH/HIV awareness and to measure economic and SRH/HIV outcomes. Areas of focus include maternal and perinatal health, HIV/STI, economic empowerment, mHealth, and behavioral economics, including skills in qualitative, epidemiological, or randomized clinical trial methodologies.

    • Role and Responsibilities: The Post-Doctoral Fellow will perform research-related duties, as needed, on numerous projects within Dr. Jennings Mayo-Wilson’s current EMERGE research portfolio, including conducting human subjects research, writing peer-reviewed publications, writing grant proposals, supporting community partnerships, and presenting at scientific colloquia. Potential projects include data analyses, grant writing, or site support of studies working with young adults who are at-risk for HIV and experiencing homelessness in Baltimore, MD, vulnerable transgender women in Richmond, VA, people living with HIV and commercial sex workers in Uganda, and individuals who have been victimized by economic abuse and sexual violence in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. The Post-Doctoral Fellow will also work with Dr. Jennings Mayo-Wilson to define a scope of work involving their own research within the overall goal of the funded EMERGE project, including working with students affiliated with Dr. Jennings Mayo-Wilson’s research portfolio.
    • Terms: The term of appointment is one year, equivalent to 12 months. The Post-Doctoral Fellow may start as early as September 1, 2020. Post-Doctoral Fellows will be faculty employees of Indiana University. During the period of the fellowship, the fellow is expected to live in the Bloomington or Indianapolis metropolitan areas.
    • Qualifications: Applicants are invited from any relevant public health discipline including social and behavioral sciences, epidemiology, applied health, biostatistics, health economics, informatics, or psychology. Candidates must have received a doctoral degree (PhD, DrPH, ScD or equivalent) from an accredited educational institution by the start of appointment. The successful applicant will have research and program experience in sexual and reproductive health, perinatal health, HIV/AIDS, economic-strengthening interventions, vulnerable youth, mobile and digital health, or behavioral economics. Priority will be given to applicants who have documented experience leading and co-authoring peer-reviewed manuscripts and who are able to work independently, applying critical thinking and judgment.
    • Application Procedure: Interested candidates should submit applications at: (IU-Bloomington, Job #22005-01) or go directly to: Applications must include a CV, cover letter summarizing research interests and fit for position, and a list of three references. Questions regarding the Post-Doctoral Fellowship may be directed to Dr. Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson, Applications received by August 1, 2020 will receive full consideration.

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  • University of Maryland Post Doc Opportunity

    The University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) invites applications for postdoctoral fellowship positions in these areas of research:

    ·    Community Engagement/Health Disparities

    ·    Geriatrics/Gerontology

    ·    Multiomics

    ·    Pain and Symptom Science

    Funding is provided by UMSON and/or the National Institute of Health (NIH) National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Program and is a joint CTSA partnership between University of Maryland, Baltimore* and Johns Hopkins University.

    *This program is a collaborative effort among University of Maryland, Baltimore Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work.

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  • VCU Full-Time Open Rank Faculty Member Opening 

    Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Health Behavior and Policy invites applications for a full time 12-month, tenure-eligible, open rank faculty member. The Department of Health Behavior and Policy’s mission is to transform the health landscape through multidisciplinary research, education, and service. Our research identifies the behavioral, social, organizational, and policy factors that affect the health of individuals and populations. We utilize rigorous quantitative and qualitative methods and engage diverse communities to develop and evaluate programs and policies designed to promote health, improve health care delivery, and reduce health disparities. Our research findings inform the translation of effective programs and policies into practice. As educators, we aim to develop diverse leaders for professional and research careers through two doctoral programs (Healthcare Policy & Research and Social & Behavioral Sciences). The department is part of the School of Medicine. The Health Sciences Campus consist of four other schools and Massey Cancer Center

    The ideal candidate will possess proven experience and expertise as a health services researcher or health economist in one or more of the following areas:

    · Access to health care and the role of insurance coverage;

    · Health outcomes including the effects of provider payments and delivery system reforms on health care costs and quality;

    · The impact of federal, state, and local health policies on health and health care.

    Applicants whose health services and health policy research related to cancer and other chronic disease are particularly of interest.

    Those applying at the assistant professor level should show evidence of research productivity and the potential to obtain external funding. Applicants at the associate professor level should show evidence of a well-developed scholarly/research portfolio with evidence of multi-disciplinary applications and external funding appropriate to complement and expand existing expertise in the department. The faculty member will also support the department with teaching responsibilities in health policy at the graduate level. Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU

    Interested candidates should access the following link to complete the online application:

    Please include your CV, cover letter and contact for 3 references.

    Please email questions to: Andrew J Barnes, PhD, Search Committee Chair,


  • Ochsner Full-Time Physician Clinical Investigator Position

    General Summary: The effort for this position will be split 40% clinical practice with the physician’s specialty department and 60% with the Ochsner Center for Outcomes and Health Services Research (COHSR). Ability to work collaboratively with physicians and health system leaders to plan, implement, and evaluate key quality improvement and value-based care delivery initiatives is required. Ability to manage and deliver high-quality, safe patient care is required. . The physician clinical investigator will represent as necessary COHSR and the Division of Academics in system-wide initiatives to apply scientific and methodological rigor to program planning, implementation and evaluation. This position will partner as necessary with system leadership in the areas of Quality, Process Improvement, Value-Based Care Delivery and Telemedicine/Telehealth in the acute care and ambulatory settings.

    Required Qualifications:

    · Medical Degree (MD or DO);

    · Board certified in their respective clinical specialty;

    · Two-years’ experience as a practicing physician;

    · Two-years’ experience conducting or facilitating outcomes and health services research;

    · Familiarity with EpicCare Ambulatory and Epic Inpatient;

    · Experience in clinical systems and process re-design;

    · Experience with designing clinical decision support for evidence-based care;

    · Familiarity with the continuous quality improvement process;

    · Knowledge of clinical data standards for research;

    · Ability to educate and mentor;

    · Experience in designing clinical trials; and

    · Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

    Preferred Qualifications

    · Perform effectively in a complex and changing environment.

    · Ability to analyze complex problems and develop recommendations and solutions.

    · Excellent presentation skills.

    · Demonstrate a track record in disseminating scholarly work through peer-reviewed publications in medical journals and abstract presentations (oral/poster) at national and/or international conferences

    · Knowledge of clinical workflow in both inpatient and ambulatory settings.

    Reporting Relationship: This position reports to the Medical Director for the Center for Outcomes and Health Services Research under the Division of Academics with matrix reporting to the Chair of the clinical department of their specialty for clinical practice.

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  • James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases RISE Fellowship

    The James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases RISE Fellowship is a summer public health research fellowship for graduate students, including medical, dental, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, public health and social sciences who are interested in research in infectious diseases and/or health disparities, mental health, substance abuse, developmental disabilities, child trauma, maternal and child health, etc. Graduate students present their research at the end of the summer and are sponsored to present their work at APHA or other national scientific meetings. For more information, please visit

    If you are interested in mentoring a Ferguson RISE Fellowship Scholar…

    **PLEASE complete the Ferguson RISE Project Preceptor/Mentor Agreement form found at this link:

    For more information view Ferguson RISE Mentor webinar at

    *Please note: A pdf copy of the Project Preceptor/Mentor Agreement can be found on the Adobe link.