The Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and
Policy in the Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill is recruiting for two full-time,
12-month, tenure-track faculty positions.
We are seeking outstanding individuals with expertise in
pharmaceutical policy, comparative effectiveness,
pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacoeconomics, decision modeling,
risk communication / decision making, or clinical informatics.
Successful applicants will have a record of peer-reviewed
publications, and evidence of research funding commensurate
with position rank.
At the time of
candidates must have a doctoral degree in
health economics, health services research, pharmacoeconomics,
pharmacoepidemiology decision sciences, health communication,
clinical informatics, or related field. Individuals with the
motivation and skills to translate scientific discoveries into
practice and policy through innovative partnerships with
health system leaders, policy makers and community liaisons
are encouraged to apply. Beyond maintaining an extramurally
funded research program, successful faculty will contribute to
the Divisionís graduate and professional educational programs
as well as the overall mission of the School and University.
The ability to participate in a collegial environment that
fosters ongoing collaboration with local community partners,
healthcare partners, and faculty from a wide variety of
disciplines is essential.
Eshelman School of Pharmacy is an
internationally recognized leader in pharmacy practice,
education, and research. The School has an active
PharmAlliance with Monash University in Melbourne, Australia,
and University College London. The School is home to a
Campbell Mentoring Program for junior faculty and the Eshelman
Institute for Innovation. We offer competitive start-up
packages for incoming faculty and faculty
research programs benefit from multiple interdisciplinary
centers, programs, and databases at UNC, including the UNC
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, the North Carolina
Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute (NC TraCS),
Sheps Center for Health Services Research and the Center
for Health Equity Research. Collaborations are also encouraged
with other Research Triangle institutions such as the Research
Triangle Institute (RTI), local pharmaceutical companies, Duke
University, and NC State University.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
rates among the nationís great institutions of higher
education. Our students, faculty and staff come here from
around the world, bringing varied cultural, racial and ethnic
heritages that help make UNC-Chapel Hill a thriving
Review of applications will begin immediately and remain open
until an appointment is made. Interested candidates must apply
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.