Division Chief, Health System Innovation and Research
Seeking a vibrant and visionary scientist to lead the Division of Health System Innovation and Research (HSIR).
Candidates for the HSIR Division Chief should have: (1) proven track record of leadership, (2) history of innovative and successful investigation, (3) strong appreciation of diverse health service research areas, and (4) commitment to program development, team science, mentoring across career stages, and education.
Environmental Epidemiology Faculty Position
We are looking for candidates who have a track record of environmental and cancer-relevant research, and may have particular expertise in a wide range of disciplines such as geography, statistics, epidemiology, public health, and/or health equity. This position includes an Endowed Chair and generous start-up package.
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW POSITIONS
Postdoctoral Fellow, Biostatistics
Dr. Daniel Scharfstein, Chief of the Division of Biostatistics in the Department of Population Health Sciences, is accepting applications for a postdoctoral fellow interested in the development and application of state-of-the-art methods for the analysis of treatment effects from randomized and observational data sources that are subject to multiple forms of bias due to, for example, missingness, censoring, irregular assessment, non-compliance, and confounding.
Postdoctoral Fellow , Biostatistics
Dr. Tom Greene, Professor in the Division of Biostatistics in the Department of Population Health Sciences, is accepting applications for a postdoctoral fellow who will develop and apply Bayesian methods to incorporate surrogate endpoints in the design and analysis of clinical trials of chronic kidney disease. This work will be performed within a multidisciplinary collaboration involving academic research groups, industry and regulatory agencies.
Postdoctoral Fellow, CEDI
Dr. Angie Fagerlin - Department of Population Health Sciences (PHS) and Dr. Paul Estabrooks - Health & Kinesiology (H&K) are accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Scholar to work in community-engaged, dissemination and implementation (CEDI) science with an emphasis on reducing health disparities and advancing health equity. The Scholar will have the opportunity to work in the areas of physical activity, healthful eating, weight control, diabetes prevention, and diabetes self-management across the lifespan.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Translational Neurotherapeutics Lab
Seeking applications for a postdoctoral fellow interested in gaining training and experience in design, evaluation, optimization, and dissemination of digital medicine solutions for psychiatric disorders. This is a unique opportunity to train in both neurobiology of aging and mental health, (including psychiatric and neuropsychological assessment, neurobiological bases of mood disorders, digital interventions for mood disorders, clinical trial administration etc) and in serious game development, (including computer science, engineering, participatory design, and human computer interaction).
Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for HOPE
The Center for Health Outcomes and Population Equity (HOPE), a component of the Department of Population Health Sciences at the University of Utah and the Huntsman Cancer Institute is seeking applicants for multiple Postdoctoral Scholar positions. The Center for HOPE is led by Dr. David Wetter. Scholars may have the opportunity to work across the Center’s multiple projects, which include community-engaged clinical, population, and implementation science research that focuses on health inequities, behavioral risk factors, cancer and chronic disease, infectious disease, screening and vaccination, and use of state of the science biomedical informatics and mobile health technologies for both assessment and intervention.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, AHA
Dr. Angie Fagerlin and Dr. Elissa Ozanne are accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship to work in shared decision making and risk communication, funded by an American Heart Association fellowship. The primary objectives focus on shared decision making in oral anticoagulation and atrial fibrillation with an emphasis on understanding and improving the health care communication and decisions made by both patients and clinicians.
LIVING IN UTAH
In Utah, you can truly have it all. Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas offer newcomers diverse neighborhoods, great schools, arts and entertainment, and endless possibilities for sports and recreation. A strong economy and low cost of living make Utah a perfect choice to call home.
Breathtaking beauty, unparalleled collaboration, remarkable facilities, and visionary leadership were just a few of the reasons we thought of before coming up with a different question: Why not Utah?