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Position: Dr. Charles Armstrong Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins University
, Baltimore , Maryland United States
Duties: The Department of Epidemiology is an internationally renowned academic center focused on educating future epidemiologists and generating fundamental and transformative knowledge to improve public health. The Department's scholarship is grounded in biological, social, and methodological frameworks to identify the causes of disease and targets for intervention to prevent or mitigate disease. It investigates major scientific and public health problems that threaten the well-being of individuals and populations with creativity, rigorous methods, and collaboration
Requirements: The successful applicant will have an outstanding record of academic and research accomplishments, demonstrated leadership and administrative abilities, a public health perspective, an understanding of the current epidemiological landscape and future directions, a strong equity lens, and a compelling vision for the Department
Text: | Faculty Careers Staff Jobs Faculty Careers Staff Jobs Browse Faculty Jobs Dr. Charles Armstrong Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Epidemiology Requisition #: A-123803-4 Status: Full Time Type: Faculty School: Bloomberg School of Public Health Department/Program: Department of Epidemiology Location City: Baltimore Location State: MD Location Zip Code: 21205 Closing Date: Open until filled To apply: apply.interfolio.com/123803 General Description The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invites applications for the Dr. Charles Armstrong Professor and Chair of the Department of Epidemiology . The Department of Epidemiology is an internationally renowned academic center focused on educating future epidemiologists and generating fundamental and transformative knowledge to improve public health. The Department's scholarship is grounded in biological, social, and methodological frameworks to identify the causes of disease and targets for intervention to prevent or mitigate disease. It investigates major scientific and public health problems that threaten the well-being of individuals and populations with creativity, rigorous methods, and collaboration. The Department develops, evaluates, and scales domestic and global interventions with the goal of improving physical and mental health, reducing illness, and preventing premature death. The Department supports a diverse and inclusive community, drawn from across the globe, and provides unparalleled training in the competencies, practice, and translation of epidemiology. The Department offers eight educational tracks. It comprises 141 full-time faculty, 51 doctoral and 162 master's students, 30 postdoctoral fellows, and 263 full-time staff members. It has 14 affiliated Centers and extensive ties to other divisions of Johns Hopkins University. The Department is one of 10 academic departments at the Bloomberg School which are together home to more than 870 full-time faculty and 3,600 graduate-level students. The School has been ranked the #1 school of public health by U.S. News & World Report since rankings began in 1994. The main campus is located in East Baltimore, and both the East Baltimore campus and the broader University, including a campus in Washington DC, support a collaborative and highly interactive environment with a superb research infrastructure. Qualifications The successful applicant will have an outstanding record of academic and research accomplishments, demonstrated leadership and administrative abilities, a public health perspective, an understanding of the current epidemiological landscape and future directions, a strong equity lens, and a compelling vision for the Department. Application Instructions Applications should include 1) curriculum vitae; 2) statement of academic interest and vision of leadership; and 3) statement of demonstrated commitment to the principles of inclusion, diversity, anti-racism, and equity in scholarship, teaching, policy, and practice, and ways to continue to promote and advance these principles in their leadership of the Department. Review of candidates will begin July 2023. Please direct all questions about this search to Susan Williams, Administrative Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org . To apply for this position, visit: apply.interfolio.com/123803 The Johns Hopkins University is committed to equal opportunity for its faculty, staff, and students. 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