Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Tenure track)
Epidemiology and Health Promotion
New York University College of Dentistry
The department of Epidemiology and Health Promotion at the New York College of Dentistry is hiring for potentially multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the assistant/associate/full professor level. Specific research areas of interest to the department are specified below. The department consists of faculty with multidisciplinary and complementary expertise including epidemiology, biostatistics, clinical research, dentistry/oral medicine, health policy, and health economics and is looking to add to its research and teaching capacity.
Academic rank (assistant/associate/full professor) will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.
All candidates for open positions will be expected to pursue grant funded research opportunities in oral health, teach courses in departmental and college programs, collaborate with departmental faculty, and serve in leadership /committee roles at the departmental, college, university, and national levels. Training or education in dentistry is not required.
Specific areas of interest to the department include:
Epidemiology with a focus in clinical research or quantitative methods. Applicants should have an earned doctoral degree (PhD/ScD/DrPH) in epidemiology, clinical research, or a related field. Particular interest is in candidates with advanced training in clinical research or quantitative methods, specifically Bayesian statistics. Knowledge of R is a plus. Applicants should demonstrate a history of or have interest in interdisciplinary collaboration
Implementation and Dissemination Research: Applicants may come from a variety of backgrounds, including but not limited to bio-medical disciplines, public health, and health system research and/or health policy. Experience with implementation science and knowledge translation methodologies from previous applied research and evidence-generation, including demonstrated transfer and adoption by health systems, policy, programming and/or communities is required. Applicants should demonstrate a strong history of interdisciplinary collaboration; experience of working in resource-poor setting and disadvantaged populations is an asset.
Health economics: Applicants should have an earned doctorate in health economics, applied economics, or related fields with two or more years postdoctoral or industry experience and a record of publication in economics or health services research. Particular interest is in candidates with expertise in behavioral and experimental economics, causal inference methods, or cost-effectiveness research. Applicants should demonstrate a history of or have interest in interdisciplinary collaboration.
Health services research/health policy: Applicants may come from a variety of backgrounds, including but not limited to: law, health policy and management, public policy, and/or public health. Doctoral-level training (for example, J.D., Ph.D., Sc.D., D.B.A.) is required. Primary faculty responsibilities will be to add the health services research and policy perspective to existing and new projects in a way that leads to real-world improvements in oral health equity at the policy, program, and/or personal levels – locally, nationally, and globally.
NYU offers an excellent benefits package. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with NYU benefits package, and with candidate’s qualifications and experience. Candidates should apply through Interfolio and upload a curriculum vitae and letter of interest to: Dr. Ananda P. Dasanayake, Chair, Search Committee via Interfolio https://apply.interfolio.com/95367