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Assistant Professor in Genomic Epidemiology with a focus on nutrition and obesity, Epidemiology

Description
The Department of Epidemiology at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and the Tulane University Translational Sciences Institute are seeking outstanding applicants for tenure-track assistant/associate professor positions in the clinical, translational, or genomic research in cardiometabolic diseases or obesity/nutrition. The Tulane University Translational Sciences Institute has been funded by the NIH to provide 50% salary support and substantial research funds to promising junior faculty investigators in clinical, translational, or genomic research in cardiometabolic disease. Candidates with training and research experience in clinical research/trials, nutrition, and genomics/trans-omics are encouraged to apply. There are several large on-going clinical trials and observational epidemiological studies at Tulane University Health Sciences Center. We offer a supportive environment for faculty to participate in these funded studies or develop new projects.

Qualifications
Qualifications for Assistant Professor candidates include a doctoral degree in epidemiology/genetic epidemiology/nutritional epidemiology or MD with epidemiology training, post-doctoral experience, demonstrated potential to establish independent research programs, evidence of excellence in teaching, and interest in collaborative research.

Application Instructions
Review of applications will begin as soon as possible and applications will be accepted and reviewed until the positions are filled. All applicants for faculty positions should apply electronically via interfolio.

Assistant Professor in Cardiometabolic Disease, Epidemiology

Description
The Department of Epidemiology at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and the Tulane University Translational Sciences Institute are seeking outstanding applicants for tenure-track assistant/associate professor positions in the clinical, translational, or genomic research in cardiometabolic diseases or obesity/nutrition. The Tulane University Translational Sciences Institute has been funded by the NIH to provide 50% salary support and substantial research funds to promising junior faculty investigators in clinical, translational, or genomic research in cardiometabolic disease. Candidates with training and research experience in clinical research/trials, nutrition, and genomics/trans-omics are encouraged to apply. There are several large ongoing clinical trials and observational epidemiological studies at Tulane University Health Sciences Center. We offer a supportive environment for faculty to participate in these funded studies or develop new projects.

Qualifications
Qualifications for Assistant Professor candidates include a doctoral degree in epidemiology/genetic epidemiology/nutritional epidemiology or MD with epidemiology training, post-doctoral experience, demonstrated potential to establish independent research programs, evidence of excellence in teaching, and interest in collaborative research. 

Application Instructions
Review of applications will begin as soon as possible and applications will be accepted and reviewed until the positions are filled. All applicants for faculty positions should apply electronically via interfolio.

Assistant/Associate Professor in Trans-Omics Epidemiology with a focus on Cardiometabolic Disease, Epidemiology

Description
The Department of Epidemiology at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and the Tulane University Translational Sciences Institute are seeking outstanding applicants for a tenure-track faculty position in genomic research of cardiometabolic diseases. The Tulane University Translational Sciences Institute has been funded by the NIH to provide 50% salary support and substantial research funds to promising junior faculty investigators. We offer a supportive environment for faculty to develop their research projects, in cooperation with other research centers and departments at the Health Sciences Campus. The Department has a burgeoning program in genomic epidemiology research of cardiometabolic phenotypes. Given the large amount of transomics data and rich cardiometabolic phenotypes in several large epidemiologic studies, this hire would add needed capacity to further strengthen Tulane University's precision medicine initiatives.

Application Instructions
Review of applications will begin as soon as possible and applications will be accepted and reviewed until the positions are filled. All applicants for faculty positions should apply electronically via interfolio.


Postdoc Fellow, Epidemiology

Description
The Postdoc Fellow will conduct renal and cardiovascular disease epidemiology research; publish manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals; and submit grant applications for external research funding.

Qualifications Required
Excellent oral and written skills

Preferred
Scientific publications and Knowledge in renal and cardiovascular disease

Application Instructions
Please submit all required documents and forms through this Interfolio post.

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