University of Washington School of Public Health
Early Career Researcher in HIV Research - UNC Project - China
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: April 12, 2018
Summary Description: The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Project-China is accepting applications for an Early Career Researcher supported by an NIH R01 grant. This research project focuses on evaluating a crowdsourced HIV testing campaign using stepped wedge RCT (see https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02796963). This position offers the opportunity to be involved in cutting edge HIV research. Primary responsibilities include evaluating a crowdsourced intervention, preparing manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals, and assisting developing grant applications. The researcher will be based in Guangzhou, China at the UNC Project-China office as part of our SESH team (see www.seshglobal.org).
Minimum Requirements: 1. PhD in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics or other related fields; 2. Demonstrated ability to produce peer-reviewed scientific articles; 3. Proficient in English and Mandarin Chinese.
Preferred Qualifications: 1. Experience evaluating interventions or programs; 2. Experience with longitudinal data setspreferred, but not required. 3. The ability to lead a team in the Chinese context.
Application: Email Amy Lee at email@example.com with your CV, cover letter, and names of three references.