Assistant Professor of Clinical Population and Public Health Sciences
(Infectious Disease Community Health Scientist)
Apply Keck School of Medicine Faculty Los Angeles, California
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The University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Department of
Population and Public Health Sciences is seeking a full time Assistant
Professor of Clinical, Population and Public Health Sciences. The candidate
will be expected to conduct studies in infectious disease community health
sciences, locally and/or globally, including a focus on prevention and control
of HIV infection, sexually transmitted infections, emerging infections,
hepatitis, and translational implications and impacts. The successful
candidate will have a demonstrated history of obtaining extramural funding and
the ability to teach graduate-level community health sciences, health
economics/ policy and/or population science courses and methods. Candidates
should be able to develop and maintain an independent research program
focusing on infectious disease, associated risks and inequities,
interventions, global health, and health policy; and collaborate with the USC
Institute on Inequalities in Global Health and the newly established
Population Health COVID-19 Pandemic Research Center.
Minimum Qualifications include having a PhD in community health sciences or
related field with at least 5 years post-doctoral experience, or MD with
training in epidemiology or prevention sciences with at least 5-years post-MD
experience in community health. Successful candidates will have a demonstrated
track record of acquiring extramural funding for their research, collaborating
with other researchers (including researchers outside the United States),
and addressing infectious disease outcomes and inequalities in their work.
Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal, leadership and
Apply here and upload a CV and the names of three references. For further
Susan Largent, Chair of the Search Committee, Department of Population and
Public Health Sciences, University of Southern California, 2001 N. Soto Ave.,
Los Angeles, CA, 90032, email email@example.com.
The University of Southern California strongly values diversity and is
committed to equal opportunity in employment. Women and men, and members of
all racial and ethnic groups, people with disabilities, and veterans are
encouraged to apply.
REQ20107526 Posted Date: 10/07/2021 Apply