|Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Mental Health
The Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) is seeking candidates for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professorship in the area of mental health. Applicants with a research interest in global mental health, mental health policy, mental health/psychiatric epidemiology, quality of mental healthcare, psychiatric and substance abuse disorders, the intersection of mental health and other health conditions (e.g., HIV, cancer, pregnancy, aging), mental health disparities, mental health genomics, or a related area are encouraged to apply.
Successful candidates can take advantage of a number of resources/opportunities which include a university-wide initiative in Global Health, long-standing research and Fogarty training programs, research centers in a variety of content areas (e.g., HIV/AIDS, cancer, aging, stress, perinatal epidemiology), the Yale Economic Growth Center, the Consultation Center, and the Medical Anthropology group. Additional opportunities for collaboration exist with the departments of Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, Sociology, and Psychology.
Applicants should have a doctoral degree by the start of appointment in epidemiology, health policy, biostatistics, psychology, economics, sociology or a related field. Applicants should also have teaching experience and a record of research and scholarly accomplishments. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an externally funded research program and teach and advise MPH/PhD students.
Review of applications will begin September 15, 2013 and will continue until a successful candidate has been identified. Applicants should submit PDF files that contain a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, copies of up to five recent publications and contact information for three references. Please apply online at academicjobsonline.org.
Yale University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Yale values diversity in its faculty, students, and staff and especially welcomes applications from women and underrepresented minorities.|