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The Department of Community Health and Prevention at the Dornsife School of Public Health and the Center for Science, Technology and Society (STS) in the College of Arts and Sciences at Drexel University invites applications for a postdoctoral position in ethics focused on autism research.
The successful candidate will work under the joint supervision of Drs. Chloe Silverman (Associate Professor & Director, Center for STS) and Michael Yudell (Chair and Professor, Department of Community Health and Prevention and Director, Program for Public Health Ethics) on two projects related to autism and ethics, including a National Science Foundation funded project on "Ethical Autism Research Cultures and Community Engagement" and another project looking at the ethics of communicating autism research findings to the public.
This unique opportunity will allow a recent doctoral graduate the opportunity to work in an interdisciplinary research environment between the School of Public Health and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Conducts weekly meetings with research team.
In collaboration with the research team, takes lead in deploying survey tools and participatory recruitment.
Data analysis, utilizing mixed methods tools.
Prepares manuscripts based on project data.
Prepares IRB updates and materials.
Engages in independent research.
PhD in Ethics, Public Health, the Social Sciences, History, STS, or related related area of study.
A minimum of 1 year transferable/related experience.
Ability to conduct mixed methods social science research, including qualitative interview and focus group design, development, and execution, textual analysis, and survey design and execution.
Ability and experience collecting and analyzing such data is a must.
General understanding of the field of autism research.
General understanding of bioethics and public health ethics.
Ability to work on a team of researchers that include faculty and students at all levels of training.
Typically sitting at a desk/table
This position is classified as exempt with a salary grade of I. For more information regarding Drexel’s Professional Staff salary structure, https://drexel.edu/hr/career/ducomp/salstructure/
Special Instructions to the Applicant:
Please make sure you upload your CV/resume and cover letter when submitting your application.
Please apply directly to position by accessing the following link: https://careers.drexel.edu/cw/en-us/job/492800?lApplicationSubSourceID=1118…