The Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences in the Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh (http://www.bchs.pitt.edu) invites applications for an Assistant Professor, non-tenure stream position in HIV-related bio behavioral research. Applicants must have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree or equivalent. Candidates with active research interests in bio behavioral approaches to HIV prevention and care, LGBT health disparities over the live course, novel applications of PrEP approaches to HIV prevention among MSM communities, and LGBT global health disparities are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will join a highly multidisciplinary team studying a variety of combinations HIV prevention approaches designed to improve to the state of HIV prevention among MSM, and would be expected to lead the design, implementation, evaluation, and diffusion of original approached to HIV prevention science. Candidates should have active peer-reviewed research and extramural funding at the early or mid-career level; and extensive experience working within sexual minority populations. Qualified candidates will have significant experience conducting HIV-related intervention design and planning with target populations and a strong track record of submitting successful grant applications to extramural funders. Researchers with methodological expertise in longitudinal data analysis and spatial epidemiology are encouraged to apply.
Application Process: Applicants should submit by email (email@example.com), a curriculum vitae, a statement up to three pages of research interests and future plans, and names and contact details of three references. Please note: At least three additional letters will be requested from referees identified independently of those provided by the candidate. Review of applications will commence upon receipt and will continue until the position is filled. EEO /AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled
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