University of Colorado Anschutz, Emergency Medicine/ C3 Global Trauma Network: Cape-Colorado-Combat

Position ID:University of Colorado Anschutz-Emergency Medicine/ C3 Global Trauma Network: Cape-Colorado-Combat-RIAP [#24098]
Position Title: Research Instructor/Assistant Professor
Position Type:Postdoctoral
Position Location:Aurora, Colorado 80045, United States [map] sort by distance
Subject Areas: Global Health / Global Health
Epidemiology / quantitative epidemiology or big data
Public Health
Starting Date:2023/09/01
Salary Range:80,000 - 125,000
Appl Deadline: (accepting applications posted 2023/08/28, updated 2023/01/04, listed until 2023/12/31)
Position Description:    

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The University of Colorado School of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) has an exciting opening for a full-time Emergency Medicine and Trauma Research Instructor or Research Assistant Professor to serve as an investigator within a multi-disciplinary global trauma research program.

The Department of Emergency Medicine is on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO, which is the largest academic health center and research institution between Chicago, Texas, and the West Coast. The University attracts over $1.45 billion in sponsored research funding annually and is the only completely new patient care, education, and research facility in the nation. The Cape-Colorado-Combat (C3) Global Trauma Network is a thriving team science lab in the Department of Emergency Medicine that conducts innovative and collaborative trauma care research, predominantly in international settings. The goal of the C3 Network is to generate high quality evidence to inform more effective trauma interventions, with a special focus on resource-constrained settings. The network is heavily funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and our research seeks to fill both civilian and U.S. military clinical and scientific gaps.

The Department of Emergency Medicine and the C3 Network are excited to recruit a doctoral-level, quantitatively-oriented, highly-motivated, trauma and injury researcher to contribute to clinical and epidemiologic research focused on life-threatening injuries. The DEM values team members who are eager to pursue further training and growth as a researcher and professional. Successful applicants will have a passion for research, enjoy and excel in the sharing of knowledge and life-long learning, and have a desire to work in a collaborative and driven pool of talented co-workers. This full-time investigator position will work independently and in collaboration with Dr. Nee-Kofi Mould-Millman, MD PhD MSCS, the Principal Investigator who leads the C3 Network, as well as our collaborators and research staff internationally (e.g., in South Africa). The investigator will help lead projects and influence the vision and direction of the C3 Network. The position comes with the opportunity to build a long-term robust research career at the University of Colorado. This position is non-clinical and suitable for any doctoral level applicant with relevant training and expertise. To help provide relevant context and supervise research activities, international travel is a requirement of the position. There will also be opportunities for domestic travel to present research at conferences and to stakeholders.

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Contact: Chelsie Fleischer
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12631 E. 17th Ave., Mail Stop C301
Aurora, CO 80045
Web Page: https://medschool.cuanschutz.edu/emergency-medicine/research/labs/c3-global-trauma-network-mould-millman