Postdoctoral Scholar, HIV and Substance Use

  • Fellowship
  • Seattle, WA
  • $65,508 - $75,000 USD / Year

Website UWDeptMedicine University of Washington Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

We are seeking a post-doctoral scholar with interests in quantitative HIV Epidemiology particularly related to the impacts of substance use. Our group has diverse skills interests on topics relevant to people with HIV including: geroscience/aging, cardiometabolic disorders, cognitive function, substance use, harm reduction and treatment, programming, and social determinants of health. We have active projects in these areas including leading a coordinating center for NIDA-funded HIV and substance use cohorts where a talented postdoctoral fellow could develop a strong research program, including supporting and leading work related to HIV and substance use across multiple cohort studies. We are seeking PhD level researchers in Epidemiology, Health Services, Statistics, Health Policy, Data Sciences, and Social Sciences such as Sociology and Demography or related fields. The successful candidate will be mentored by a collaborative team including physicians, epidemiologists, and social scientists. The position will be for one year at a time, with the expectation of renewal several times.

The candidate will have an opportunity to contribute to one or more projects, learning advanced project management skills including data harmonization as well as leading projects and manuscripts evaluating specific questions related to HIV and substance use outcomes. This position provides ample opportunity to publish on existing data sets and newly collected data as well as the opportunity to potentially pursue K or other early stage investigator funding opportunities.

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