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The Hubert Department of Global Health, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, announces a search for tenure-track faculty at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in any discipline or area of global health. We seek candidates who will complement and extend well-established areas within the Department. Individuals with interests in development policy, health economics, implementation science or other emerging areas of Global Health, are encouraged to apply. Candidates at the Associate Professor rank should have an established record of scholarship, extramural funding as a principal investigator, and evidence of excellence in teaching. Candidates at the Assistant Professor rank must demonstrate potential to become independent investigators and graduate-level teachers. Demonstrated experience in team-based research is valued. All faculty are expected to contribute to excellence in the department by furthering its mission of scholarship, teaching, and service.
The Hubert Department of Global Health consists of 46 primary, full-time faculty members, 46 jointly appointed and over 100 adjunct faculty members, many of whom are affiliated with the neighboring Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Faculty members have an outstanding portfolio of research in HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, women’s and girls’ empowerment, vaccine-preventable diseases, emerging infectious diseases, safe water and sanitation, nutrition, maternal and-child health, and non-communicable diseases. Last year, the faculty obtained $18.1m in external research funding. The Department offers PhD programs in Nutrition and Health Sciences and, as of this year, Global Health and Development as well as the MPH degree in both a traditional, 24-month and in an accelerated, 12-month format. Over 200 MPH students are in residence. The Department hosts several international fellowships, including Hubert H. Humphrey, Fogarty, King Abdullah, Fulbright, and William H. Foege Fellows.
The Rollins School of Public Health, ranked 4th in the nation among Schools of Public Health, currently employs over 200 full-time faculty and enrolls over 2000 full and part-time graduate students in its masters and doctoral programs including Global MPH programs in the Departments of Environmental Health and in Epidemiology. Research spans the local Atlanta community to global contexts; projects take place in over 50 countries and draw over $100m annually. Located on the Emory University campus, the School includes six academic departments and offers joint MPH degrees with the schools of medicine, nursing, business, law and theology and four additional PhD programs, in Epidemiology; Biostatistics, Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Science; Health Services and Health Policy; and Environmental Health Sciences.
Located in Atlanta, a diverse, dynamic city, known as the cradle of the civil rights movement, Emory University has an endowment of $7.8 billion, more than $800 million in total research funding and enrolls more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The Emory Global Health Institute links the many global health activities across the campus. Nearby are the Carter Center, the Task Force for Global Health, CARE International, the American Cancer Society, and CNN. Emory University employs over 15,000 faculty and staff and is the third-largest private employer in the metro Atlanta area.
Candidates should submit interest to Professor Reynaldo Martorell, Search Committee Chair, Rollins School of Public Health on the Emory Careers website:
https://faculty-emory.icims.com/jobs/70665/job. Documents requested include CV, a letter indicating their interest, desired rank, a curriculum vitae, diversity statement and contact details for 3 professional references.
Applications will be considered confidential, and references will not be contacted without permission. The search committee will begin review of submissions 9/30/2021 and continue until the position is filled.
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