The University of Washington School of Public Health is Hiring!
The University of Washington School of Public Health plans to open new hires during the 2020-2021 academic year. Hires will be across all five of our nationally recognized departments – Biostatistics, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Global Health, and Health Services – as well as in our large and growing Nutritional Sciences Program. The anticipated hires are as follows:
|Position||Department or Program||Area of Expertise|
|Professor, with Tenure||Nutritional Sciences||Global Food Systems, Nutrition and Health|
|Assistant Teaching Professor||Nutritional Sciences||Nutrition and Health|
|Assistant Professor, Tenure-track (2 slots)||Biostatistics||Core teaching/Research|
|Assistant Professor, Tenure-track||EOHS||Occupational and Environmental Toxicology|
|Assistant Teaching Professor||EOHS|
|Professor, with Tenure||Epidemiology||Methods/Epidemiology of Aging|
|Assistant Professor, Tenure-track||Epidemiology||Social Determinants/Injury/Reproductive Epi|
|Assistant Professor, Tenure-track||Epidemiology||Epidemiology Methods-Big Data/Genetic Epi|
|Assistant Professor, WOTRF||Global Health||I-TECH: Laboratory Science and Systems Strengthening|
|Assistant Professor, WOTRF||Global Health||I-TECH: Data Analysis and Systems|
|Professor, with Tenure||Health Services||Director of ARCH, focus on racism and health|
Detailed information about each hire will be available as position advertisements are posted and will be available on ⇛ UW Academic Jobs. (Go to "Filter by department" and click on "School of Public Health")
The University of Washington School of Public Health is one of the nation’s premier schools of public health. Located in Seattle, a high-tech, global health hub, the School was established in 1970, enrolls 1,900 students and employs about 240 primary and joint faculty members. The School is recognized worldwide for its strength in public health research. In fiscal year 2020, the SPH faculty was awarded $200 million in external funding for research and training from federal, state, and local governmental agencies, as well as private foundations.
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