The Department of Biostatistics is presently recruiting for the open position(s) below.
Biostatistics Faculty Position – Tenure-Track or Tenured Faculty
Biostatistics Faculty Position – Open Rank Fixed-Term Faculty
|The Department of Biostatistics in the Gillings School of Global Public Health and the School of Nursing (SON) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are seeking a non-tenure Research- or Clinical-track faculty member with strong interest and commitment to engage in collaborative research in nursing, teach, and conduct independent methodological research at a level commensurate with the non-tenure Research- or Clinical track. This 12-month full-time position is open at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank with primary appointment in Biostatistics and secondary appointment in Nursing.|
Visiting / Part-time Faculty – Pranab K. Sen Distinguished Visiting Professor
The Department of Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) 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 2018 for a period up to five months, or for summer 2018 up to three months. Preference will be given to applicants from developing countries as defined by the Departments of Biostatistics and Statistics and Operations Research and in consort with the dean of the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Preference will also be given to applicants who provide a plan of proposed research. The visiting faculty, who will come from an area of statistical science, broadly defined, including bioinformatics, will come to UNC-CH 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-CH. 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. Applicants should hold a PhD in statistics or biostatistics or have commensurate educational background.
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Post-doctoral Research Associate
The Department of Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks to fill one post-doctoral position in Bayesian Clinical Trial Design and Computation. The position involves both subject-matter and methodologic research. The post-doctoral fellow will work under the supervision of Drs. Joseph Ibrahim and Matthew Psioda to design and develop statistical software for innovative Bayesian clinical trial designs and to develop statistical methods for new innovative Bayesian clinical trial designs.
Candidates must have a PhD in Statistics, Biostatistics, Computer science or a related discipline.
The Department of Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks to fill one post-doctoral position on its training grant in environmental biostatistics. The Department has numerous exciting research programs of relevance to environmental health science, including focus areas in genomics and big data, and the postdoctoral scholars funded by this grant span the three disciplines of biostatistics, environmental health science, and environmental epidemiology. The Department is a center of cutting-edge research in statistical science with strong collaborative relationships within the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, ranked #2 nationally. Postdoctoral scholars funded on this grant are free to work with a wide variety of faculty members in biostatistics as primary mentors and to collaborate on research relevant to environmental health science with faculty members throughout the University.
The typical successful applicant has a strong quantitative background with a doctorate in biostatistics, statistics, or a related discipline.