We are looking for post-doctoral researchers to undertake independent and specialized research training and experience under the guidance of a scientific mentor in the Departments of Family Medicine or Department of Biomedical Informatics. Candidates will collaborate with principal investigators (PIs) on research investigating topics related to information technology innovations in health care, quality improvement, patient safety and population health management. Candidates will conduct research; write and submit manuscripts, articles and research reports for publication in peer-reviewed journals; prepare oral presentations for national and international scientific conferences, workshops and seminars; and participate in a dynamic team science research enterprise. Candidates will seek opportunities for external funding and take a lead in developing research proposals for submission. They will participate as co-investigators as appropriate in new research grant submissions, develop projects, collect data, and conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis in a variety of projects.
Postdoctoral researchers will be able to collaborate on work in one of the country’s top health systems and receive a comprehensive compensation package including competitive pay; outstanding benefits including paid parental leave, medical, dental and vision; state retirement options; employer-paid tuition to The Ohio State University; and access to recreational/sports facilities and activities.
PhD or equivalent degree in health services, health management and policy, clinical informatics, sociology, psychology, or related field is required. Requires successful completion of a background check. Selected candidate may be requested to complete a pre-employment physical including a drug screen.
Application must include the following in a single PDF file
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- Cover letter detailing how you believe you could contribute to the existing research currently underway
- A full CV, including publications and funding records
- Detailed plans for research and educational programs
- The names of three references
- Two representative publications