Updated 8/4/21: This position has been filled.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Population Health Sciences is seeking an independent and motivated postdoctoral research associate with research interests in reproductive health equity.
The Research Associate will work closely with HELI 2010 alumna Tiffany Green, PhD, and her team on innovative projects examining the links between health and social policies and environmental factors on racial/ethnic disparities in access to healthcare, birth outcomes and maternal health and wellbeing. See the full position description and application instructions here.
The candidate must have earned a doctorate in Economics, Sociology, Epidemiology, Health Services Research, Population Health, Sociology, Medical Geography, or a related quantitative field before starting the position. They must also be proficient with managing large survey and administrative databases and data programming and analysis using SAS or STATA. Finally, the candidate should be committed to research transparency, disseminating evidence-based practices, and treating others with respect and dignity.
Of note, the position is renewable for up to three years and provides support for research and professional development.
Dr. Green is a 2010 HELI alumna and CCHE affiliate. She is happy to answer any questions about the role. We encourage you to circulate this opportunity widely to help her attract good candidates!