Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Participate in research applying statistical end epidemiological methods for life-course epidemiological analyses. The research program aims specifically to gain a comprehensive understanding of the determinants for autism etiology and sex differences in autism using modern epidemiological methods. You should have a solid scientific background in medicine or public health, and, ideally, have experience in analyzing longitudinal cohort studies, documented by publications in international peer review journals and documented work experience in an interdisciplinary research group. You will participate in designing epidemiological studies and writing up detailed analyses plans and seeing them executed and published. You are expected to participate as an independent researcher and scientist in an international environment.
Applicants should have a PhD degree in health sciences. A track record in writing scientific publications in English is required.