Are you looking for a meaningful and challenging career that serves to benefit others? At Group Health Research Institute (GHRI), our research is making a difference in health care worldwide. We’re finding answers to universal health care questions that people struggle with every day.
We are seeking talented professionals to join us in our pursuit of improved health care services. Below are a few select openings. For information on other career opportunities at GHRI, check Group Health Cooperative’s career Web pages at http://jobs.ghc.org.
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Women’s Health
Group Health Research Institute is seeking outstanding applicants for its T32 Training Award “Improving Health Care for Aging Women,” funded by the NIH National Institute on Aging. The purpose of this training program is to prepare public health scientists,primarily epidemiologists, health services researchers, behavioral scientists, and academic clinicians, to produce the evidence that will guide optimum, efficient, and cost-effective health care practices for aging women. Compensation will include standard NIH Stipend and will depend on years of experience.
We are recruiting doctorally trained (PhD or MD/MPH) candidates for 2-year postdoctoral fellowships in women’s health. Fellows will have the opportunity to work with colleagues with epidemiological, health services, and clinical training who are investigating women’s health issues across the lifespan.
Women’s health faculty at GHRI have a rich program of research focused in areas critically important to improving health care for aging women including
- screening and preventive services
- bone health
- urinary health
- the menopausal transition
- chronic disease prevention and management (CVD, diabetes, cancer)
- frailty and disability
The fellow will also have the opportunity to collaborate with the wider group of GHRI researchers. The position includes the opportunity to pursue independent research.
Applicants should hold a degree in a public health or behavioral science-related discipline. Excellent oral and written communication skills and a strong interest in active collaboration in public domain interdisciplinary research studies are required. Underrepresented minority applicants are encouraged to apply.
Review of applications will continue until the 2014-2016 position is filled. Recruitment will be ongoing to fill future positions. To apply, e-mail a completed application form (MS Word), along with a current CV and a cover letter describing areas of experience and interest in women’s health research to email@example.com.
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GHRI is in a pattern of continual growth. For information on other career opportunities at GHRI, check Group Health Cooperative’s career Web pages at http://jobs.ghc.org/.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.