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13 September 2017
Associate Research Scientist
Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
New York NY
The Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health is seeking for an Associate Research Scientist with expertise in the field of climate, air pollution and health.
The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting research and analyzing data within the Ghana randomized air pollution and health study (GRAPHS). GRAPHS is a cluster-randomized trial that evaluates the efficacy of clean fuels (liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG) and efficient biomass cookstoves in the Brong-Ahafo region of central Ghana. We recruit pregnant women into LPG, efficient cookstove, and control arms and track birth weight and physician-assessed severe pneumonia incidence in the first year of life.
A Ph.D. (or equivalent) in the field of environmental health science and several years of experience as a postdoctoral researcher and an outstanding record of publications in academic journals are required for this position.
Further responsibilities and required qualifications include:
- Experience with large cohort studies and environmental data sets as well as knowledge in the field of data analysis, statistical modeling and predictive modeling
- The ability to work with minimum supervision as a lot of the work is done independently
- The ability to communicate results to colleagues and the scientific community via published papers
- The willingness to keep up to date with the work of other scientists and carry out peer reviews of written publications
- The ability and desire to work in multidisciplinary teams and collaborate with researchers within different faculties or schools
- The motivation to teach and supervise students
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