The University of Colorado Cancer Center and Colorado School of Public Health (CSPH) are recruiting for multiple faculty positions at senior-, mid-, and junior levels, including a senior-level program leadership position in the Cancer Center to lead cancer prevention and control activities. This appointment is accompanied by an endowed chair and significant financial resources to stimulate and sustain a robust program of research in Cancer Prevention and Control. Faculty appointments at all levels are offered competitive salary, start-up, and relocation packages.
These tenure-eligible faculty positions are being recruited as part of a rapidly growing and vibrant Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) program. Newly appointed faculty members are expected to develop and grow an independent program of research in cancer prevention and control and to collaborate with clinical and translational researchers across the Cancer Center. Faculty members are also expected to fully participate in the scientific endeavors within the CPC program. Academic appointments are in the Colorado School of Public Health departments according to candidate’s expertise. Appointments in other departments are made, as appropriate.
Applicants must possess a PhD, MD, or other professional degree and have an established research agenda related to cancer policy, epidemiology, cancer population sciences, health services research, and/or behavioral sciences. Applicants at the senior- and mid- levels should also have peer-reviewed grant /contract funding, and substantial publications in leading professional journals.
The University of Colorado Cancer Center is an NCI-designated consortium comprehensive cancer center with over 300 members engaged in collaborative cancer research at its six member institutions: University of Colorado Denver; University of Colorado Boulder; Colorado State University; University of Colorado Hospital; Children’s Hospital Colorado; and the Denver Veterans Administration. In addition, the Cancer Center has additional members located at Kaiser Permanente Colorado, Denver Health, and National Jewish Health. Members conduct research in epidemiology, chemoprevention, genetics, survivorship, health services, and behavioral science. The Cancer Center is a member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). The CSPH was established in 2008 as a collaborative school that builds on the strengths of the University of Colorado Denver, Colorado State University, and the University of Northern Colorado. The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is a recently constructed $4 billion state-of-the-art academic medical complex, including clinical, research, and teaching facilities that support the Schools of Public Health, Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, and the Graduate School.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and current CV to Ms. Suzanne Heasley (Suzanne.Heasley@ucdenver.edu), phone (303) 724-3152 or Contact: Dr. Cathy J. Bradley, Associate Director, Cancer Prevention and Control at Cathy.Bradley@ucdenver.edu.
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