The Department of Public Health in the School of Health
Sciences & Practice at the New York Medical College invites
applications for a faculty position at the Assistant or
Associate Professor (with promotion potential to a higher
rank) level to teach epidemiologic methods courses at the
graduate level starting Fall Semester 2018.
The selected candidate will be
expected to teach innovative and fully integrated models of
research and practice in both an online and on-campus format
and, to participate in research and scholarship, advise and
mentor students, and participate in faculty citizenship.
NYMC is located on a suburban
campus, within 30 miles from the one of the world’s largest,
most diverse, and exciting cities in the world. Opportunities
are available to collaborate with more than 10 local health
departments, as well as health-care facilities, government
agencies, and NGOs in the region. In addition, the campus
also has opportunities for numerous collaborative efforts.
Faculty are collaborating with programs in our Centers of
Excellence in Disability and Health, Long-term Care, Disaster
Medicine, Children’s Environmental Health, and other academic
departments in the Schools of Health Sciences and Practice,
Basic Medical Science, and Medicine, along with the recently
created Touro University College of Dental Medicine.
Candidates must have a doctoral
degree in Epidemiology or a related field. Successful
candidates should have strong quantitative skills and
proficiency in SAS and will be expected to develop an
externally-funded research program.
The Department of Public Health is
a newly aligned unit that consists of MPH programs in Health
Policy & Management, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, and
Behavioral Sciences & Health Promotion. The Department also
offers an MS in Biostatistics, and a DrPH with an emphasis in
Health Policy & Management. The Department is one of three in
the School of Health Sciences & Practice. Other departments
are Physical Therapy and Speech Language Pathology.
New York Medical College, founded
in 1860, is one of the nation’s oldest private medical and
health sciences educational institutions. Since 2011, the
College has been a member of the Touro College and University
will commence March 1, 2018 and will be accepted until the
position is filled.
Send a letter stating your interest in the
position, curriculum vita, and contact information for three
Mark J. Kittleson, PhD, MCHES©,
Professor & Chair, Department of
New York Medical College
School of Health Sciences & Practice
40 Sunshine Cottage
Valhalla, NY 10595
Applications may be
submitted electronically to:
New York Medical College is an equal opportunity employer that
seeks a faculty as diverse as its student body and the
communities it serves.
Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).