The Department of Environmental Health is currently conducting two faculty searches. Read here for full information on the Environmental Health position, and here for full information on the Environmental Epidemiology position.
RECRUITMENT OF FACULTY IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
The Department of Environmental Health (www.sph.emory.edu/eh) at the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, is continuing a major faculty expansion, in a multi year search. We seek tenure-track and research-track applicants at all ranks in all areas of environmental health, with particular emphasis on 1) exposure assessment (focus areas: knowledge of environmental chemical exposure pathways and measurement techniques, laboratory experience with emphasis on mass spectrometry using targeted or untargeted approaches, potential to manage a laboratory with complex studies), 2) -omics and microbiome (focus areas: exposome, metabolomics, epigenomics, systems biology, microbiome analyses), and 3) climate change (focus areas: downscaled estimates of climate change, health disparities in climate impacts, co-benefits of mitigation, climate adaptation strategies). Candidates in environmental epidemiology should see our companion job announcement (#31309). Candidates for senior positions should have a strong record of scholarship and teaching, a demonstrated ability to secure external funding, and an established, high-impact research program. Candidates for junior positions must demonstrate the potential to become independent investigators; a doctoral degree is required and post-doc experience is preferred. Read here for more information.
RECRUITMENT OF FACULTY IN ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
The Departments of Environmental Health and Epidemiology at the Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, seek candidates for multiple tenure-track positions in environmental epidemiology at all academic ranks. Each successful candidate will have a primary appointment in either Environmental Health or Epidemiology and a secondary appointment in the other. We seek applicants in all areas of environmental epidemiology, with strength in methods. One area of particular interest is the health effects of climate change. For senior applicants with expertise in CVD prevention, or in reproductive, perinatal, and pediatric epidemiology, endowed professorships may be possible. Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent terminal degree, and demonstrate a strong record of scholarship, potential to obtain extramural funding, and interest in teaching. Read here for more information.