Postdoctoral Fellow Positions

(Updated 10/2021)

Cancer Prevention and Control:

Applications accepted on a rolling basis. View the position advertisement, or contact Dr. Aimee James at aimeejames@wustl.edu with questions. (Applicants with an interest in shared decision making, health communication, dissemination and implementation science, and/or cancer disparities can contact Dr. Mary Politi at mpoliti@wustl.edu with questions.) To apply, send application [PDF], cover letter, CV, and professional reference list (2-3) to PHSpostdoc@wustl.edu

Biostatistics:

View the job description here. To apply, send application, cover letter, curriculum vitae, and professional reference list (2-3) by email to PHSpostdoc@wustl.edu

Decision Science and Simulation Modeling:

View the job description here. To apply, send application [PDF], cover letter, CV, and professional reference list (2-3) by email to PHSpostdoc@wustl.edu

Health Services Research/Health Economics:

View the job description here. To apply, send application [PDF], cover letter, CV, and professional reference list (2-3) by email to PHSpostdoc@wustl.edu

Molecular Epidemiology:

View the job description here. To apply, send application, cover letter, curriculum vitae, and professional reference list (2-3) by email to PHSpostdoc@wustl.edu

Women’s health with a focus on female lower urinary tract disorders: 

The Divisions of Public Health Sciences and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery are seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in prevention and health outcomes research training. Visit the fellowship website to learn more and apply. Training Directors: Siobhan Sutcliffe, PhD, and Jerry Lowder, MD, MSc.

Faculty Positions

ALL FACULTY POSITIONS: Please submit materials to PHSfaculty@wustl.edu

Multiple tenure-track/tenured positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor.

Download the PDF job description. Successful candidates will have: a doctoral degree in public health, psychology, epidemiology, applied anthropology, or a related field. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in health equity, race and socioeconomic disparities in cancer, racial and social inequalities as they impact health, implementation science, and interventions across the cancer care continuum.

Biostatistics

The Division is currently seeking applications for a junior or mid-career research track faculty position in biostatistics. Read more about the position here.

For questions, please contact Faith Tyler at ftyler@wustl.edu.

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