Post-Doctoral Fellow In HIV Research
University Of Memphis
Posting Number FAE1456
Advertised Title Post-Doctoral Fellow in HIV Research Campus Location Main Campus (Memphis, TN) Position Number L22814 Category Full-Time Faculty Department School of Public Health Position Summary
The University of Memphis, School of Public Health is seeking applicants for a postdoctoral research fellowship in HIV prevention, care, stigma reduction in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS). The School of Public Health has national prominence in SBS, with research funding from NIH, CDC, other federal and state agencies, private foundations and industry. There is substantial collaborative research with other entities on and off campus.
Minimum Position Qualifications
Doctoral degree in public health, psychology, sociology, education, social work or related field from an accredited college or university with specialization in social science is required.
The department is especially interested in applicants who are authors or co- authors of peer-reviewed journal manuscripts; who have experience delivering presentations and trainings to diverse audiences; and who have training and experience conducting quantitative and/or qualitative research and data analysis
The initial appointment is for one year with possible renewal, depending on availability of funding.
Posting Date 06/16/2022 Closing Date 07/15/2022 Open Until Screening Begins No Hiring Range Competitive Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time: Benefits Eligible Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicant should email Dr. Latrice Pichon at email@example.com with a copy of their curriculum vitae, cover letter describing research interests and career goals, and the names of two academic mentors from advanced degree training program. Applicants will be considered immediately. Appointments to this position are subject to a minimum probationary period of 6-months.
Instructions to Applicant regarding references Is this posting for UofM employees only? No
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