The Department of Biostatistics has the open position(s) listed below for which it is presently recruiting.
Pranab K. Sen Distinguished Visiting Professor
The Department of Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking to recruit an aspiring international scholar in statistical science for the Pranab K. Sen Distinguished Visiting Professorship in biostatistics. The position is for the fall semester beginning August 2017 for a period up to five months. The visiting faculty, who will come from an area of statistical science, broadly defined, including bioinformatics, will come to UNC-Chapel Hill to conduct research, possibly teach, and interact with faculty, students, and the university community. The major benefit will be an intensive interaction of the visitor’s strong methodology background with applications to interdisciplinary research underway at UNC-Chapel Hill. The visiting professorship, at the assistant, associate or full professor level, offers salary support commensurate with the rank. Financial support for other expenses such as travel is negotiable. Ideally, the visiting scholar will return to his or her home country for at least one year upon completing the appointment to further expand the reach of interdisciplinary work begun in Chapel Hill. Additional information.
Tenure-Track or Tenured Faculty – Statistical Genetics/Genomics/Computation Biology
The Departments of Biostatistics and Genetics at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are seeking applications for multiple tenure-track or tenured positions in statistical genetics/genomics/computational biology, starting in the fall of 2017. Primary appointments will be in the Department of Biostatistics in the Gillings School of Global Public Health, with one of the appointments being joint in the Department of Genetics in the School of Medicine. Appointments may be at the assistant, associate or full professor level, depending on qualifications. At least one position will be at the assistant professor rank. Additional information.
Assistant Director of Operations – Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center
The assistant director of operations for the Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center (CSCC) reports to the center’s director and leads the operational and strategic planning activities of the center. The assistant director of operations and the CSCC director are jointly responsible for overseeing every aspect of the CSCC, with assistance from other members of the leadership team, namely the deputy director and the heads of the CSCC’s functional groups (administration, biostatistics, data management, information technology, project management, research/project support, and statistical programming). Additional information.
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