Associate/Full Professor, Department of Biostatistics
New York University
Location: New York, NY
Internal Number: 113972
The Department of Biostatistics of New York University's (NYU) School of Global Public Health (GPH) is seeking applications for multiple tenured faculty positions to begin in Fall 2023. We seek candidates with exceptional scholarship and reputation who can contribute to the academic and research enterprise of NYU. The Department of Biostatistics currently has 8 permanent faculty members, and 3 visiting faculty. Our methodological areas of expertise include survival analysis, high-dimensional data analysis, deep learning, social network analysis, nonparametric statistics, image analysis, data science and machine learning, causal inference, clinical trials, survey methods, longitudinal data analysis and other repeated measure methods, and our substantive areas of collaboration include Alzheimer's disease, cancer genomics, non-communicable disease, infectious disease and the human-planet health interface, health inequities, epidemiology, and tobacco research. We also are home to a new Center on Health Data Science. We offer MPH and MS degrees, and a PhD within the GPH PhD program in Public Health. The Department is interested in recruiting outstanding faculty members who can strengthen and contribute to our programs of research and our course offerings. We are strongly committed to promoting diversity and supporting students, staff and faculty from underrepresented backgrounds. Please see our website for more information: https://publichealth.nyu.edu/department/biostatistics
Diversity & Inclusion Statement
At NYU we are committed to inclusive excellence. Inclusion is foundational to scholarly excellence and critical to developing pathways to training for students traditionally underrepresented in the academy and/or particular disciplines. The diversity and inclusion statement offers each applicant the opportunity to highlight their past, present, and future contributions to creating inclusive excellence.
We recognize that local contexts vary across departments and disciplines and that contributions to diversity and inclusion may take many forms. Efforts to cultivate inclusive excellence might include, for example, creating opportunities for students, faculty, and staff traditionally underrepresented in the U.S. academy and/or particular disciplines; public or primary school outreach (particularly to underserved communities); contributions to the diversity of thought and perspective; efforts to increase inclusion and equity at the university or in the local community; as well as one's own life experience.
Below are a few examples of contributions to inclusion that might be developed in a diversity & inclusion statement. These are by no means exhaustive. Your statement might expand on how you have gone about:
Fostering inclusion and building pathways in your discipline by
● Creating an inclusive and accessible classroom/course (including developing your skills for so doing)
● Working with campus organizations that support underrepresented, first-generation, differently-abled or non-traditional undergraduate or graduate students
● Developing discipline or area-specific pathways to majors for such students (e.g., Women in Science)
● Mentoring individual students, faculty or staff from diverse backgrounds
● Training international students or mentoring faculty from lower middle-income countries
● Working with your national scholarly organization on diversity, inclusion or equity issues, or
Broadening the influence of your work for the public and enhancing underserved communities by
● Participating in K-12 classroom, museums, or other afterschool programming aimed at fostering general education, excitement, and possibility (particularly in underserved populations)
● Providing apprenticeships and internships for pre-college students
● Participating in prison education or other adult education programs that serve under-resourced populations
● Developing educational programming thru the media or social media
● Bringing results of research back to local or international communities
● Participating as a 'public intellectual' on timely issues
● Engaging in community activities around education, social justice, equity, and inclusion.
In compliance with NYC's Pay Transparency Act, the annual base salary range for this position is $265,000 - $335,000. New York University considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate's work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and organizational considerations when extending an offer.
The candidate must meet the following requirements: (1) doctoral degree or equivalent in Biostatistics or Statistics or related field; (2) outstanding record of scholarly achievement and contribution; (3) experience in teaching and mentoring graduate students and (4) history of externally-funded research projects. The candidate should demonstrate a creative and innovative approach to academic and programmatic development.
Applicants must submit
● Cover letter addressing candidate's qualifications for the position, including a description of the candidate's research program and teaching interests
Review of applications will commence on November 1, 2022, and continue until positions are filled.
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