Appointment to this fellowship is contingent upon final notice of award from the National Cancer Institute.
Due to restrictions associated with the funding mechanisms, only US citizens or permanent residents will be eligible for these opportunities.
APPLICATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
The confidential review of applicants will occur as they are received and will continue until the position is filled.
A cover letter and current curriculum vitae must be uploaded online via the U-M Careers website http://careers.umich.edu/ for this Job ID 183448. The cover letter should address your special interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Additionally, candidates should submit the following materials directly to Dr. Chris Friese (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 1, 2020.
A two to three page narrative that:
Describes the applicant’s area of research interest in this training program, the applicant’s fit with the research of the potential mentors at the University of Michigan, and demonstrates their motivation to pursue a research career in cancer care delivery research
A curriculum vitae
Three letters of recommendation. One letter of recommendation should be your doctoral advisor/dissertation chair.
Official transcripts of graduate study.
Reprint of any research publications (or a copy of the doctoral dissertation)
The University of Michigan School of Nursing announces a two-year postdoctoral research fellowship position that is funded by a National Cancer Institute T32 training program (T32-CA-236621).
Fellows will be responsible for furthering their training in one aspect of cancer care delivery research – descriptive discovery, intervention development and testing, and implementation science – through formal coursework, informal seminars, applied experiences with research teams, and through mentored research. Fellows are expected to prepare first-authored, data-based publications in peer review journals, submit at least one extramural research grant, and develop expertise in the conduct of cancer care delivery research. Populations of interest include adults and pediatric patients and their caregivers. Settings may include prevention, diagnosis and treatment, survivorship, and end-of-life.
All scholars should demonstrate interest or capability to conduct research in one of the three areas listed below within the cancer care continuum:
1) descriptive discovery to identify patterns and consequences of cancer care delivery
2) developing and testing interventions to improve both patient-centered and system-level outcomes in the cancer context
3) implementation science methods to assure efficacious interventions are delivered in cancer care delivery settings.
Fellows will receive mentoring from interdisciplinary faculty across the University with funded research programs focused on cancer care delivery science. In addition to seminars and coursework, professional development activities will be planned in grantsmanship, preparing scientific papers, disseminating research findings to broad audiences, rigor and reproducibility of research, team science, and the responsible conduct of research.
PhD from accredited programs in Engineering, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Social Work, and/or related fields pertinent to study cancer care delivery. Physician scientists who have completed formal research training and wish to focus their careers on cancer care delivery research will be considered.
Commitment to a research career in one of the focus areas listed above
Demonstrated motivation to pursue a research career
Strong letters of recommendation
Competitive graduate GPA
Interviews with the UM-selected Primary Mentor and Program Committee
Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. This job may be removed from posting boards and filled any time after the minimum posting period has ended.
The position is anticipated to be filled during the 2019-2020 academic year. Applicants will be considered, depending on experience and research productivity. The School of Nursing values diversity highly. All people, including those who belong to groups underrepresented in nursing, are encouraged to apply.
The University of Michigan is a world-class research institution. The School of Nursing offers a range of accredited educational programs and is consistently ranked among the top nursing schools in the country. Please visit http://www.nursing.umich.edu/ for more information about the School.
The School of Nursing seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the diverse people of Michigan that extends world-wide, to fulfill the School’s strategic plan, and to sustain the excellence of the School of Nursing.
The University of Michigan, with a record-high $1.55 billion in research funding in 2018, ranks first among public universities and second among all universities in research funding, capping a growth rate of 40% over the last decade. Over 100 graduate programs rank among the top ten in their field. The disciplinary reach of the University’s research programs is exceptional. Research is conducted within the nineteen academic schools and colleges. Endowed in April, 2018 with a $150 million gift from the Rogel family, The Rogel Cancer Center provides a focal point of financial, human, and clinical resources for trainees.
Founded in 2011, the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI) includes more than 600 health services researchers from across the University of Michigan and several nonprofit and private sector partners. IHPI's members form one of the nation's largest communities of physicians, health scientists and policy analysts dedicated to studying how health care works and how it can be improved.
The training program faculty welcome all applicants without discrimination. The University of Michigan has a long-standing commitment to increasing the number of scientists from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic populations. Our commitment to diversifying the scientific community also includes LGBT populations, socio-economically disadvantaged populations, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. We are committed to providing an accessible and inclusive environment where all learners have access to our programs. We encourage learners with disabilities to access all of the resources available to them, including consultation and with the Student Disability Services office (https://ssd.umich.edu/).
Additional information on the University’s commitment to promoting a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning and research environment, including available resources, may be found here: https://diversity.umich.edu/
The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks are performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
For further information regarding this position, please contact Christopher R. Friese, PhD, at email@example.com.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Internal Number: 183448
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