Faculty Position - Associate/full Professor (Tenure Track)

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Faculty Position - Associate/full Professor (Tenure Track)


In a joint recruitment effort, the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) and the Cancer Therapy and Research Center (CTRC) at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio (UTHSCSA) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in behavioral science at the associate or full professor level, with experience and extramural funding history in cancer prevention and control research, especially health-related quality of life (QoL) research among cancer patients and cancer survivors.

Institute for Health Promotion Research: The IHPR, established in 2006 as a unit of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UTHSCSA, directs many research projects that address chronic disease and cancer prevention and control research. http://ihpr.uthscsa.edu

Cancer Therapy and Research Center: The CTRC is one of four National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Cancer Centers in Texas and the only NCI-designated center in South Texas, serving a 38-county region of 4.4 million people. www.ctrc.uthscsa.edu

The research activities at the IHPR, CTRC, and their host institution (UTHSCSA) provide varied and exciting opportunities for behavior research studies. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate closely with faculty from other UTHSCSA schools (i.e., Medical, Dental, Nursing, and Allied Health), the UT School of Public Health's San Antonio Regional Campus, and UTHSCSA's Regional Academic Health Center campuses in Harlingen and McAllen, Texas, located on the U.

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