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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Environmental Health Sciences

School of Public Health
Washington, Dist. of Columbia, US
Closing date
Oct 10, 2022

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Academic / Research
Conservation science
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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Environmental Health Sciences

The School of Public Health at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences (EHS). To protect populations where they live, work, and grow, we welcome collaborative and exceptionally creative faculty with interests and expertise in all areas of environmental health sciences.

The Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the University of Michigan is engaged in a broad range of research in environmental and occupational health science, including risk and exposure assessment, toxicology, epigenetics, environmental/atmospheric chemistry, microbiology, environmental epidemiology, industrial hygiene, environmental health policy, environmental justice, climate change, sustainability, and global environmental health. Our interdisciplinary curriculum and co-curricular opportunities prepare students to lead sustainable action, shape public health policy, and pursue jobs in public health practice, research, advocacy, medicine, and beyond.

Areas of research interest include exposure science, broadly defined and applied to hazardous agents encountered in environmental or occupational settings (domestic or global); methodologies for characterizing risks to emerging hazards, particularly among vulnerable populations - including historically marginalized and minoritized populations; innovative technologies for assessing simultaneous and/or cumulative exposures to multiple agents (e.g., mixtures, control banding) and consequent biological impacts; climate change and health; sustainability and health; data science; and "omics" approaches relating chronic human diseases to endogenous and exogenous factors via analyses of biomarkers and mechanistic pathways (e.g., exposome).

Areas of teaching interest in any of the research interest areas listed above or additional innovative and emerging areas of environmental health sciences would be suitable for our lecture, analytical, and/or laboratory courses.

We seek outstanding candidates who show promise of excellence, originality and productivity in research; dedication to graduate and undergraduate teaching and mentorship; and a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through their teaching, research, and service.
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