The Executive Manager is a key member of the Office of the Director and is responsible for the management and coordination of all functions and activities of the Director’s office.
New Jersey Population Health Cohort Study
Tenure Track Faculty in Population Health & Health Equity
Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, within the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy & Aging Research, is recruiting one or more tenure track faculty with advanced skills to contribute to the implementation, scientific impact, and sustainability of the New Jersey Population Health Cohort (NJHealth) Study. The goal of the NJHealth Study is to produce practical, actionable information for improving population health, well-being & health equity in New Jersey and beyond. This position is ideal for candidates with a strong interest and enthusiasm in helping achieve successful implementation of the NJHealth Study and contributing to cutting-edge scientific research.
Qualified candidates will have a doctoral degree in a relevant field such as social or mental health epidemiology, psychology, sociology, or health policy and services research AND at least one year of relevant post-doctoral experience. They will have training and experience in advanced analytic techniques applicable to longitudinal cohort studies, including analyses of the types of data used in the NJHealth Study. Tenure-stream applicants must have an established record of excellence in scholarship and ability to develop and lead a program of independent, extramurally funded research.
Center for Pharmacoepidemiology and Treatment Science
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS)/Rutgers Health seeks exceptional leadership candidates to apply for the role of Director, Center for Pharmacoepidemiology and Treatment Science (Director, PETS) within the Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research (IFH). This is a distinctive opportunity to further the growth of a leading pharmacoepidemiology group in a world class academic and healthcare institution that is uniquely committed to the field of pharmacoepidemiology.
PETS is supported at the highest levels of RBHS, including RBHS Chancellor Brian Strom, one of the founders of the field of pharmacoepidemiology and Editor-in-Chief of Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, and IFH Director Tobias Gerhard, the current President of the International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE). RBHS will provide substantial resources for PETS commensurate with the Director’s vision. This includes commitments for multiple new faculty hires and funding to strengthen existing programs as well as identifying opportunities to build new programs. There are significant resources across IFH, RBHS, its partner hospitals, and the University for the Director to leverage.
The new Director of PETS will be an experienced and visionary pharmacoepidemiologist, researcher, and academic leader of national or international stature who can propel the growth of pharmacoepidemiologic research and education at Rutgers.
Tenure-Track Faculty Position at PETS
The Center for Pharmacoepidemiology and Treatment Science (PETS) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey invites applications for multiple faculty positions in Pharmacoepidemiology of all ranks.
We are seeking exceptional researchers at all career stages (Instructor, Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) who are dedicated to developing or maintaining their own independent research programs, have a commitment to collaborative work and graduate teaching, and show the ability to be leaders in the field of pharmacoepidemiology. Successful candidates will have an established track record of publication and funding commensurate with their career stage. Candidates from non-academic or industry settings will have a track record of research productivity and a clear intent to pursue an independent, funded research program. PETS is committed to supporting researchers and teachers in pharmacoepidemiology who are dedicated to academic excellence and research that improves the health and wellness of individuals and populations.
In addition to their appointment at PETS, applicants will receive academic appointments at Rutgers University as relevant to their background, including but not limited to the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Jersey Medical School, or the School of Public Health. The majority of the faculty’s effort will be dedicated to pharmacoepidemiology research and the PETS Center. The position is full-time, tenure-track or tenured, with a competitive start-up, full support for 3 years, and the expectation of having grant support, commensurate with their career stage, by the beginning of the 4th year on the PETS faculty.
Center for Healthy Aging
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Center for Population Behavioral Health
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Center for Population Level Bioethics
The Center for Population-Level Bioethics (CPLB) at Rutgers University invites applications for a one-year postdoctoral associate position, with a strong possibility of renewal for a second year. Postdoctoral associates conduct independent research in population-level bioethics, mentored by Nir Eyal, Henry Rutgers Professor of Bioethics and founder and director of CPLB, and other CPLB and Rutgers faculty members. Population-level bioethics is a branch of bioethics that focuses on population health and its distribution.
Center for Health Services Research
Health Services Research/Health Policy (Tenure Track, Open Rank) Faculty
The Center for Health Services Research (CHSR) invites applications from Health Services Researchers with health care delivery and/or policy research experience or training for faculty positions within a multidisciplinary research group with a strong program of studies on the use and outcomes of health services, with particular strength in research on Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries; behavioral health services research; substance use, treatment and outcomes; and mental health treatment for children, the elderly, and those with severe mental illness.
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Center for State Health Policy
Faculty in Population Health & Health Equity
Rutgers Center for State Health Policy (CSHP) is recruiting a tenure-track faculty member to contribute to the recently launched New Jersey Population Health Cohort Study. The overarching goal of this study is to produce practical, actionable information for improving population health, well-being & health equity in New Jersey and beyond. This position is ideal for individuals with a strong interest and enthusiasm in helping achieve successful implementation of the NJ Cohort Study and contributing to cutting-edge science. Qualified candidates will have a doctoral degree in a relevant field such as psychology, sociology, or epidemiology and at least one year of relevant post-doctoral experience. They will also know how to analyze one or more types of data being collected in the Cohort study (i.e., actigraphy, genetic marker and biomarker, and linked administrative and environmental data) in addition to interview data.
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Summer Research Internship Program
The Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research (IFH) Summer Research Internship Program is designed for undergraduate/graduate students interested in biomedical or social science research. This program is a 10– week internship opportunity for qualified students who would like to gain hands-on, guided and practical experience in a project related to the interdisciplinary areas of research at IFH while being introduced more holistically to research processes and possibilities. The primary goal of this summer internship program is to support junior scholars in a myriad of ways to further their research careers. While IFH represents a variety of research focuses, candidates interested in health disparities in diverse racial/ethnic populations are encouraged to apply.
Over the course of 10 weeks, you will:
Participation in this summer internship will culminate in a final presentation based on the individual’s topic of interest.
Participants are welcome to take additional summer classes and/or hold other employment during the program period. The expected time commitment per week is 20-30 hours. A $2000 stipend may be available for qualified applicants.