Founded in 1819, the University of Cincinnati ranks among the nation's best urban public research universities. Home to nearly 48,000 students, about 11,000 faculty and staff and 332,000 alumni, UC combines a Top 35 public research university with a physical setting The New York Times calls "the most ambitious campus design program in the country."
With the launch of Next Lives Here, the Cincinnati Innovation District, a $100 million JobsOhio investment, eight straight years of record enrollment, worldwide leadership in cooperative education, a dynamic academic health center and entry into the Big 12 athletic conference, UC's momentum has never been stronger. UC's annual budget tops $1.65 billion and its endowment totals $1.8 billion.
About the Department
As one of the oldest medical schools in the country, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (COM) has a reputation for training best-in-class health care professionals and developing cutting-edge procedures and research that improves the health and clinical care of patients. In partnership with the UC Health academic healthcare system and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, College of Medicine's faculty are transforming the world of medicine every day. The Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences (DEPHS) is a top-tier department with world-renowned faculty and staff. A full-time faculty position is available for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate level in the Division of Epidemiology.
The DEPHS conducts world-renowned research in epidemiology, environmental health, and molecular genetics. It has ~45 full-time faculty and ~250 graduate students in six divisions (Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Epidemiology, Environmental Genetics and Molecular Toxicology, Environmental and Occupational Hygiene, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Public Health Sciences). The Department's research portfolio for environmental and occupational health is among the top in the nation. Research funding for the DEPHS comes from NIH, NIOSH, industry, foundations, and a variety of federal, state, and local agencies.
The appointee will have the opportunity to become a member of the NIH-funded Center for Environmental Genetics (P30ES06096), Center for Clinical & Translational Science and Training (UL1TR001425), University of Cincinnati Cancer Center, CEPH accredited MPH program, and numerous other research centers. These Centers, along with availability of a broad range of research core facilities and numerous established population-based cohorts, offer a supportive environment for collaboration and to conduct state-of-the-art epidemiologic, genetic, and clinical research. Strong basic research programs in exposure assessment, molecular biology and toxicology, genetics, bioinformatics, data science (LINCS-BD2K center), pathology, immunology, and endocrinology are available for collaborative investigations. Within the Department, we also currently have a NIEHS funded T32 training program in Molecular Epidemiology of Children's Environmental Health and a T42 Education Research Center funded by NIOSH.
Local resources include the nationally recognized Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, United States Environmental Protection Agency's Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center, and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine partners with affiliated hospitals and other health care facilities with a large regional market share in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience and the successful candidate can anticipate a competitive start up package.
The ideal candidate is expected to:
Perform epidemiologic research using state of the art methods which may include genomic or molecular markers
Have a track record of extramurally funded research or the potential for sustained research funding
Participate in graduate (PhD, MS, MPH program) and post-doctoral advising, mentoring, and teaching
Provide service to the Department and College of Medicine
Doctoral degree in epidemiology or a related clinical or academic area (MD, PhD, DrPH, etc).
At least two years of advanced training and/or professional experience in epidemiology beyond the terminal degree.
A record of original epidemiological research.
Please complete an online application and upload:
Complete curriculum vitae
Brief outline of current research
Copy of three recent publications
Three references, including names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses
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