This job has expired

Assistant or Associate Professor: Center for Genomic Epidemiology (CGE)

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Full Time/ Benefits/Faculty
Closing date
Sep 7, 2022

View more

Life Sciences, Genomics, Virology, Health Sciences, Public Health, Epigenetics
Position Type
Full Time
Job Type
Organization Type
You need to sign in or create an account to save a job.

The Center for Genomic Epidemiology (CGE), Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, is recruiting an Assistant or Associate Professor in the tenure stream.

The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to ongoing CGE research efforts and eventually form independent research focused on topics that are relevant to CGE research. A major focus of CGE is using genomics to understand transmission and evolution of bacteria (e.g., multidrug-resistant gram negative bacteria, MRSA, VRE) and respiratory viruses (e.g., SARS-CoV-2 and influenza), both in healthcare and the community.

Desirable skills include extensive experience in a variety of next generation sequencing (NGS) platforms, detailed analysis of NGS data, and combining sequence data with electronic health record/epidemiologic data to make inferences about pathogen transmission. There are ample opportunities for collaboration across the University and for a joint academic appointment in the Graduate School of Public Health.

Interested candidates should have an MD or PhD in Epidemiology, Virology, Public Health or related fields and send a CV and cover letter outlining research interests and interest in the position to Lorraine Pollini at and apply at keyword 22000501. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer and values equity of opportunity, human dignity and diversity, EOE, including disability/vets.

You need to sign in or create an account to save a job.

Get job alerts

Create a job alert and receive personalized job recommendations straight to your inbox.

Create alert