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Director, Division of Health Policy and Insurance Research - Associate Professor - Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute

The Department of Population Medicine (DPM) at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute ( seeks a mid-career researcher to direct its Division of Health Policy and Insurance Research (HPI), with a proposed academic appointment as Associate Professor of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School. This faculty member will initiate and participate in collaborative health policy research, especially in the areas of health insurance and equity, and contribute to building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment.

Please click here for the full position description. Candidates should send their CV, cover letter, and a statement of research interests to: Emily Oken, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Population Medicine, c/o

Postdoctoral Fellow – Latino Health Research - The University of Texas at Arlington

Posting Number F00530P
Position Title Postdoctoral Fellow – Latino Health Research
Department Social Work
Location Arlington
Job Family Faculty
Position Status Full-time
Rank Non-Tenured
Work Hours Standard
Open to External and Internal
FLSA Exempt
Duration Job terminates
Pay Basis Monthly
Benefits Eligible Yes
Job Summary

The School of Social Work, at the University of Texas at Arlington, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow. The candidate will engage in grant writing and manuscript preparation to build skills necessary to become a successful faculty member at a research-intensive university.

In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.

Benefits at UTA

We are proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package to all our employees at the University.

To help you understand the full value of these benefits, we have created a tool that calculates the total worth of your compensation package. This tool takes into account all of the benefits that you are eligible for, including health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off. To access this tool and learn more about the total value of your benefits, please click on the following link:

CBC Requirement
It is the policy of The University of Texas at Arlington to conduct a criminal background check on any applicant who is under final consideration for employment with the University.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Grant writing
  • Manuscript preparation/revision including writing and data analysis.
  • Project management
  • Undergraduate/graduate student mentorship
  • Professional training and development activities
Required Qualifications
  • PhD in Social Work, Psychology, Public Health or related healthcare field.
  • Prior scholarly work in the area of Latino health, aging, obesity, diabetes, health literacy, or health services research.
  • Successful record of publication in peer reviewed journals.
Preferred Qualifications
  • Has completed doctoral level course in grant writing.
  • Experience applying for external funding (dissertation funding, foundation funding or federal funding).
  • Has successfully obtained internal or external research funding.
  • Bilingual in Spanish/English
  • Strong quantitative data analysis skills and open to learning qualitative analysis.
Special Conditions for Eligibility
Department Information

The School of Social Work promotes the highest standards of integrity and excellence in research, teaching, and service. It creates collaborative scholarly and educational opportunities for students and the community, with the goal of achieving a just society. We are one of the largest programs in the country, with more than 2,200 students enrolled in the BSW, MSW, and Ph.D. programs.

The School is home to the Center for Addiction and Recovery Studies, the Center for Child Welfare, and the Center for Clinical Social Work, as well as serving as host for the University’s Diversity Studies Minor. It is also home to two professional journals: The Journal of Policy Practice and Research and Adoption Quarterly. We are excited to showcase our new, state-of-the-art facility that opened in Spring 2023. Join us in our new building
University Information

The University of Texas at Arlington is located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metroplex, a vibrant and diverse metropolitan area that is home to over 7 million people, one of the fastest-growing tech economies in the United States, and a wide array of arts, entertainment, and cultural activities. UTA is a comprehensive teaching, research, and public service institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through scholarship and creative work. The University is committed to providing access and ensuring student success, and to a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization of discoveries by our community of scholars. With an enrollment of more than 40,000 students, UTA is the second largest in the University of Texas System. As a result of its combination of rigorous academics and innovative research, UTA is designated as a Carnegie R-1 “Very High Research Activity” institution. UTA ranks No. 4 nationally in Military Times’ annual “Best for Vets: Colleges” list and is among the top 30 performers nationwide for promoting social mobility of its graduates (U.S. News & World Report, 2023). UTA is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as both a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI), and it has one of the top 5 most ethnically diverse undergraduate student bodies in the United States (U.S. News & World Report, 2023). Its approximately 270,000 alumni, including some who occupy leadership positions at many of the 24 Fortune 500 companies headquartered in North Texas, contribute to UTA’s $22.2 billion annual economic impact on Texas.

Furthermore, UTA is poised to experience widespread growth in the near future. The university recently launched the first phase of its RISE 100 initiative aimed at recruiting 100 new tenure-system faculty to amplify research standing and position UTA as a leader in key scholarly areas; more details are available at The successful candidate for this position will have the opportunity to join UTA during an exciting period of growth and contribute as the university broadens its impact.

Working Title Postdoctoral Fellow
EEO Statement
It is the policy of The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA or The University) to provide an educational and working environment that provides equal opportunity to all members of the University community. In accordance with federal and state law, the University prohibits unlawful discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, genetic information, and/or veteran status. The University also prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity, and gender expression. Retaliation against persons who oppose a discriminatory practice, file a charge of discrimination, or testify for, assist in, or participate in an investigative proceeding relating to discrimination is prohibited. Constitutionally-protected expression will not be considered discrimination or harassment under this policy. It is the responsibility of all departments, employees, and students to ensure the University’s compliance with this policy.
ADA Accommodations
The University of Texas at Arlington is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to 817-272-5554 or email
Number of Vacancies 1
Desired Start Date 06/01/2024
Open Date
Review Start Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants
To apply applicants should go to and submit the following materials:
Required Documents:
    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Cover Letter
    • Contact information for 3 references
    • Writing Sample – either first-authored journal article or example grant application.


Optional Documents:
  • Transcripts
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Questions may be addressed to Dr. Christian Vazquez at
For more information about UTA, please visit:

Research Scientist (Remote/Hybrid) - Marshfield Clinic


The Marshfield Clinic Research Institute is actively recruiting an Associate Research Scientist or Research Scientist in the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Population Health. The Research Scientist will lead epidemiology research with a substantial focus on the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD), a CDC-funded research network MCRI has participated in VSD for more than two decades, and the current contract will continue into 2027 when competitive renewal is anticipated. Major responsibilities will include: a) initiate and lead independent vaccine safety research in collaboration with CDC and VSD sites, b) collaborate on vaccine safety research led by other VSD sites throughout the United States, c) work closely with the MCRI VSD team to ensure quality and accuracy of Marshfield Clinic VSD data files, d) lead statistical analyses on VSD projects, and e) prepare manuscripts, posters, and presentations to communicate study findings. Vaccine safety is a substantial focus of this position, but other areas of research can be pursued with external funding. The Marshfield Clinic VSD study team includes MD/PhD researchers, biostatistician, programmers, project manager, and research coordinators. This position will be supervised by the Director – Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Population Health. The Research Scientist will be expected to develop an independent research portfolio, comprised of VSD-related work, as well as other independent externally funded research, matching with the scientist’s research interests and experience. The position can be onsite or hybrid, with a combination of remote and onsite presence (depending on project activities).

The Associate Research Scientist maintains and conducts a high quality research program to achieve the organizational goals and results within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI). The research activities are determined by the Center Director and there may be opportunities to participate in and receive some funding from existing funded research projects. Positions are classified as tenure or non-tenure track based on organizational need at time of hire.

To apply for this position please complete the application and also include a CV and cover letter. Please ensure that the CV and cover letter address how you meet the qualifications of the position.


Minimum Required: Doctorate in a relevant scientific field.
Preferred/Optional: None


Minimum Required: Two years’ experience in research activities relevant to the area of hire (may include doctoral thesis or other research conducted during a postgraduate program). Demonstrated proficiency with scientific methods and software relevant to the area of hire. Documented original research publications in peer-reviewed, National Library of Medicine (NLM) indexed journals, including publications where the applicant is listed as first author.
Preferred/Optional: Expertise in research areas currently generating external funding for center investigators. Demonstrated proficiency in securing extramural funding for research projects. Experience serving as a Principal Investigator and leading research teams.


The following licensure(s), certification(s), registration(s), etc., are required for this position.  Licenses with restrictions are subject to review to determine if restrictions are substantially related to the position.

Minimum Required: None
Preferred/Optional: None


The Research Scientist in this open rank tenure track position maintains and conducts a high quality research program, relevant to the area of hire, to achieve the organizational goals and results within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI).  This scientist or clinician-scientist should have a strong and consistent record of scientific discovery in their applicable area of expertise.   He/she should be in a position to secure externally funded research awards, collaborate with scientists and clinician investigators, and implement translation of their research throughout Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) and beyond.


For positions requiring education beyond a high school diploma or equivalent, educational qualifications must be from an institution whose accreditation is recognized by the Council for Higher Education and Accreditation.

Minimum Required: Doctorate in clinical discipline (MD, DO, DDS, DMD etc.) or philosophy (PhD) or equivalent in scientific field relevant to the area of hire.
Preferred/Optional: None


Minimum Required: Five years’ experience in research activities relevant to the area of hire and rank (may include doctoral thesis or other research conducted during a postgraduate program). Demonstrated proficiency in securing extramural funding for research projects.  Proven ability to plan and execute applied/translational research.  Established proficiency with scientific methods and software relevant to area of hire.  Documented original research publications in peer-reviewed, National Library of Medicine (NLM) indexed journals, including publications where the applicant is listed as first and/or last author.  Verified accomplishments in discovery, receipt and management of extramural grants and/or contracts, commensurate with rank.
Preferred/Optional: None


The following licensure(s), certification(s), registration(s), etc., are required for this position.  Licenses with restrictions are subject to review to determine if restrictions are substantially related to the position.

Minimum Required: Applicable certifications and/or licenses based on degree received.
Preferred/Optional: None

Given employment and/or payroll requirements of individual states, Marshfield Clinic Health System supports remote work in the following states:​

North Carolina
North Dakota
South Carolina
South Dakota
West Virginia

Marshfield Clinic Health System will not employ individuals living in states not listed above.

Apply online here:–Remote-Hybrid-_R-0035164?q=scientist

Health Equity Implementation Research Scientist - Kaiser Permanente Southern California (KPSC)

The Department of Research & Evaluation (R&E) at Kaiser Permanente Southern California (KPSC) seeks to expand our health equity and implementation research portfolio to improve the health and well-being of our diverse community. The primary objective of this overall research program is to build sustainable partnerships with KPSC health system leaders, front line clinicians, patients and families, R&E scientists, and other national, state and community collaborators to develop, implement and rigorously evaluate scalable programs, practices, and innovations to eliminate persistent health disparities in the diverse communities of Southern California. Priority health equity focus areas include cardio-metabolic diseases, medication adherence, vaccinations, cancer care, maternal health, mental health, obesity management, and digital access.

This is an open-rank Research Scientist position (equivalent to an Assistant (I), Associate (II) or Full (III) Professor) for an investigator with relevant experience and expertise in health equity and implementation science research. Qualifications include a PhD or equivalent in health services research, implementation and improvement science, systems science, epidemiology, nursing, psychology or related field, or MD or equivalent with a master’s degree in a related field. The candidate must be able to consistently demonstrate the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors necessary to design and conduct culturally sensitive research with all communities, although it will be especially beneficial for candidates to be culturally knowledgeable and have a deep understanding of issues impacting the diverse communities that we serve.

The successful candidate will be expected to:

  • Develop and/or sustain an independent, externally funded program of research that is recognized nationally and internationally that directly translates to improved patient care and outcomes, and health of the community.
  • Collaborate with investigators within R&E and with external investigators in health care and academic settings to advance knowledge in implementation science that advances health equity.
  • Collaborate with KP clinicians and leadership to design, implement and evaluate innovative models of care for diverse KP members and patients to promote health and well-being.
  • Provide service to the scientific community through reviewing manuscripts for publication and serving on editorial boards and grant review panels.
  • Present at internal and national and international scientific meetings.
  • Maintain awareness of scientific developments within area of expertise, both in terms of new methodology and new research activities.
  • Serve on and may chair departmental committees based on experience and expertise.
  • May teach, lecture, and/or mentor students at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine and/or other academic settings.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Independent research and peer-reviewed publications in areas central to the issues of health equity and social justice.
  • Knowledge of health equity theories and frameworks.
  • Ability to communicate in Spanish fluently.

KPSC is a leading integrated health care system that provides comprehensive care for approximately 4.8 million members in Southern California, of whom 42% identify as Hispanic, 11% Asian, and 7% Blacks. The health care provided to members is tracked through a system-wide electronic health record (EHR), which includes membership, utilization, vital signs, laboratory, and pharmacy records. R&E has access to unparalleled data resources, including data warehouses that combines curated EHR data for both inpatient and outpatient visits with additional data from external registries and outside claims.

By joining the KPSC research team, you will work with other researchers in a collegial setting that fosters public domain research, independent thinking, and adherence to the highest scientific standards. R&E investigators are primarily supported by grant and contract funding from federal and other external sources, especially the National Institutes of Health.

A description of the Department of Research & Evaluation is available on the web ( It is home to over 40 research scientists, post-doctoral fellows, and clinician investigators and over 400 support staff. The department is located in Pasadena, a community of 140,000 residents 15 minutes north of downtown Los Angeles. Information about the community can be found at

Interested candidates should submit their CV and cover letter online at (Job # 1261944 Health Equity Implementation Research Scientist I, Job #1261926 Health Equity Implementation Research Scientist II, Job #1261871 Health Equity Implementation Research Scientist III) Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Huong Nguyen (email: Principals only.

KPSC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and offers competitive salary and comprehensive benefit packages, including employer-paid medical, dental, and coverage for eligible dependents. Competitive wages, generous paid time-off, and a comprehensive retirement plan are just part of the exceptional benefits offered to Kaiser Permanente employees.


    Program Director, Family Medicine Residency Program - Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States

    REPORTS TO: Designated Institutional Official (DIO), Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group

    FLSA STATUS: Exempt

    FTE: 1.0 (0.2 clinical, 0.8 administrative program management)

    Basic Functions or Summary

    The Mid‐Atlantic Permanente Medical Group (MAPMG) is seeking an American Board of Family Medicine board-certified physician to serve as Program Director for our Family Medicine Residency Program in the Mid‐Atlantic Region. The program director must bring a commitment to and experience in graduate medical education and to the education and development of the program’s residents. In addition to mastering a thorough knowledge of MAPMG’s own institutional policies and of ACGME’s requirements, the program director must be prepared to fulfill the following duties and responsibilities, including family medicine clinical care. Success in this role will lead to leadership recognition in MAPMG Family Medicine and our Medical Education Program.

    Program Directors Responsibilities

    The Family Medicine (FM) Residency Program Director (PD) supports the FM residency program in the development of its educational strategic goals. The PD helps develop and coordinate curriculum development and evaluation, resident evaluation and remediation processes, and residency recruitment ensuring that Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) institutional and FM program requirements and sponsoring institutions written policies and procedures are met and maintained.

    • The program director reports to the Designated Institutional Official (DIO), Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC), and the ACGME for the timely and accurate completion of all tasks and their quality.
    • To ensure compliance with ACGME family medicine requirements the PD must have ongoing clinical responsibilities and meet MAPMG Permanente standards of care
    • Obtain accreditation from ACGME in accordance with and as defined by the program requirements of the FM Residency Review Committee (RRC).
    • Develop, administer, maintain and revise as needed curriculum conducive to educating residents in family medicine knowledge, skills, and abilities, and preparing them to practice family medicine independently.
    • Define, select, and supervise the faculty, facilities, educational resources, and other factors necessary to effectively support the program, achieve the program’s goals, and to maintain program accreditation.
    • The PD is responsible for resident recruitment that aligns with both the sponsoring institution and program’s mission.
    • ACGME Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education in Family Medicine
    • ACGME Common Program Requirements (Residency)


    • The PD must develop, maintain, and revise curriculums based on but limited to the recommendations from the Clinical Competency Committee, Program Evaluation Committee, annual resident and faculty surveys, and resident and faculty evaluations. Any changes and/or revisions must be aligned with the sponsoring institution’s mission, community needs, and the desired distinctive capabilities of its graduates.
    • Oversee and ensure the quality of didactic and clinical education at all sites that participate in the program.
    • Approve the selection of faculty, including Associate Program Directors (in collaboration with the DIO), and based on annual evaluations of faculty performance, the continuation of program faculty as appropriate; and maintain an accurate current list of core faculty for accreditation purposes.
    • Designate one faculty member at each participating location, who in collaboration with the program director is accountable for resident education.


    • Establish a Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) to assess resident achievement of milestones that meets at a minimum twice yearly; maintain accurate minutes of meetings, report resident milestone assessments into the residency management system, and meet ACGME deadlines for milestone reporting.
    • Create a Program Evaluation Committee (PEC) that must document at least annually formal and systematic evaluation of the curriculum. The committee must also review resident performance, faculty development, graduate performance, and the quality of the program which includes resident and faculty confidential program evaluations. These assessments must be used in conjunction with other program evaluations to develop an action plan to improve the program.
    • Implement appropriate evaluation tools and ensure evaluations of residents by faculty are completed on a timely basis. Ensure that all evaluation tools are consistent with established graduate medical education policies.
    • The program director and/or their designee, i.e., resident faculty mentor, associate program director, must meet with and review with each resident their documented semi-annual evaluation of performance which includes their progression in the milestones.
    • The program director must develop plans for struggling residents ensuring compliance with institutional policies and procedures.

    Program Director Qualifications

    As outlined in the ACGME Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education in Family Medicine the FM PD must meet the following qualifications:

    • Specialty expertise and at least five years of documented educational and/or administrative experience, or qualifications acceptable to the Review Committee
    • Current certification in the specialty by the American Board of Family Medicine or by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, or specialty qualifications that are acceptable to the Review Committee
    • Experience working as part of an interdisciplinary, interprofessional team to create an educational environment that promotes high-quality care, patient safety, and resident well-being
    • Participating member of GMEC
    • Be role models of professionalism
    • Ongoing clinical activity

    Additional MAPMG specific qualifications include:

    • Minimum of five years of experience as an active faculty member of a Family Medicine Residency Program.
    • Minimum of three years of administrative experience in graduate medical education.
    • Demonstrated leadership in curriculum development, evaluation methodology, teaching, and mentoring residents.
    • Successful maintenance of licensure and certifications in all three jurisdictions of MAPMG operations (DC, MD, and VA) including CDS and DEA.
    • Current status as a licensed, American Board of Family Medicine certified physician.
    • Must meet all MAPMG requirement for medical record maintenance.
    • Annual compliance training and immunizations
    • Working knowledge and ability of an electronic medical record system, i.e., EPIC
    • Demonstrated excellence in an overall mix of skills including clinical care, clinical teaching, and scholarly activity (e.g., research, quality/process improvement, ) that advance clinical medicine and institutional service.


    Physician Research Investigator - Dementia Research - Bloomington, MN

    Submitted CVs should detail all publications, grants, and presentations.

    HealthPartners Institute is seeking a Physician Research Investigator – Dementia Research with both clinical and research experience in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, age-related cognitive decline, or dementia caregiving. Candidates with prior experience in investigator-initiated clinical trials are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants with expertise in health services research, clinical decision support, or implementation science will also be considered. Research Investigators at HealthPartners Institute may obtain or maintain external academic appointments. Eligible candidates would be encouraged to practice part-time as a neurologist or geriatrician within the HealthPartners Center for Memory & Aging, as part of a multidisciplinary team caring for people with dementia.

    At HealthPartners Institute, Researcher Investigators are expected to support and develop externally funded research programs, conduct nationally and internationally recognized scholarly clinical or health services research, and collaborate with other investigators, clinicians, and leaders to improve health outcomes and care delivery. Successful candidate(s) will be accountable for conceptualizing and designing research projects, leading, and collaborating on such projects, and disseminating research results through presentations and publication in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. Service on committees and participation in scientific peer-review processes are also expected. HealthPartners Institute Research Investigators are primarily supported through grants and contracts from external sources, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).

    HealthPartners Institute is focused on improving health and well-being through research, education, and practice. Our Research Investigators are embedded in an integrated health system and our research draws on rich clinical data derived from a comprehensive, fully integrated state-of-the-art electronic medical and dental record and claims data from over a million HealthPartners patients and members. 

    Required Qualifications:  

    • MD/DO or equivalent degree and clinical experience in geriatrics, neurology, or related discipline
    • Current Minnesota Medical license or eligible for MN medical license, based on active medical license in another state and in good standing.
    • Prior record leading research projects and independent scholarly publications in the peer-reviewed scientific literature 
    • Strong methodologic expertise 
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Strong oral and written communication skills

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in public health or similar formal training in research methodology
    • Early to mid-career investigator with demonstrated potential to lead active portfolio of externally funded research.
    • Demonstrated history of successful collaboration in interdisciplinary project teams
    • 3+ years of health care or clinical trial research experience
    • Experience working with electronic health records or other health care data.
    • Experience writing research proposals.

    For more information on HealthPartners Institute, please visit

    To read the full job posting and apply online, click here.

    Location: Bloomington, MN

    Research Scientist (Cancer Epidemiology/Health Services)

    Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group (MAPMG) invites applications for a Research Scientist II to join our research department, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Research Institute (MAPRI). This position is a full-time opportunity based out of Rockville, MD with a hybrid work model.

    Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group is comprised of more than 1,700 Permanente physicians and nearly 300 staff professionals who come together to make a positive impact on the health and lives of more than 800,000 members in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.

    Reporting to a Research Director, the Research Scientist II will design and implement major health services and cancer epidemiology-related research projects. You will lead research projects, secure grant funding (federal grants, foundations, industry), and disseminate results through peer-reviewed journal publications and conference presentations/abstracts.

    You can expect to:

    • Develop an innovative research portfolio focused on cancer care delivery and outcomes, both independently and in collaboration with external partners
    • Prepare grant proposals and secure extramural research funding
    • Partner with research teams (data analysts, project managers, and biostatisticians) to lead research studies and ensure they are completed successfully
    • Publish research findings in peer-reviewed journals, and present findings at national scientific meetings
    • Provide consultation and assistance as-needed for intramural research study design, analysis plans, and interpretation of results

    What is required:

    • PhD in a relevant research discipline (e.g., epidemiology, nursing, health services research) or MD/DO with an advanced degree (e.g., MPH, MAS, MS, PhD, etc.) 
    • Minimum of seven (7) years of post-doctoral research (or equivalent) in cancer epidemiology, health services, or related field, preferably in a health system
    • Strong publication record in peer-reviewed journals
    • A successful track record of extramural grant funding
    • Demonstrated ability to design and lead simultaneous original research studies, and publish results
    • The ability to commute to Rockville, MD, 1 day per week.  (Candidates must either currently live in or be willing to relocate to the Washington D.C., Maryland, or Virginia area.)

    Competitive Benefits:

    • Competitive compensation package
    • 100% employer-funded medical and dental insurance premiums for employees and families
    • Generous paid time off, including vacation, holidays, and sick leave, plus maternity and parental leave
    • Pension plan, and 401(k) retirement plan with employer contributions
    • Life insurance, short-term disability, and long-term disability coverage
    • Education reimbursement

    Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity: 

    MAPMG continuously works to identify and mitigate healthcare inequities, and that starts with providing an inclusive, supportive environment for our physicians and staff. We encourage applicants of any race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin who value diversity and will commit to practicing culturally competent healthcare.

    External hires must pass a background check and drug screening.

    We are proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

    We value our diversity and E/O/E M/F/D/V.

    Location: Rockville, MD

      Program Manager II - Research Support, Saint Louis University


      Reporting to the leadership team (PIs, other faculty members and senior staff), the Program Manager will play a pivotal role in overseeing all operational aspects of the Saint Louis University site for the “All of Us” (AOU) national research program. This transformative initiative seeks to collect health data from diverse individuals to expedite medical research and advance personalized healthcare solutions. Collaborating with SSM Health, SLU aims to enroll 1,000 research participants annually.

      Company: Saint Louis University
      Location: St. Louis, MO

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        Director of Scientific Research Remote, Advocate Aurora Research Institute


        We’re seeking a senior scientist with a strong track record of NIH or other multi-year grant funding (as PI or MPI) to serve as Scientific Director in the Advocate Aurora Research Institute. This leadership role works in partnership with an administrative director and vice president to oversee and grow our scientific programs, while leading their own area of research. We are particularly interested in senior scientists with developed programs of research in health equitycancer epidemiologypopulation health or dissemination and implementation science. If you’re a senior research scientist interested in working with talented colleagues in a top health system, we’re looking for you! This role is 100% remote. 

        Responsible for scientific leadership within Academic Research, including strategic planning and execution and programmatic guidance for scientific programs and centers, oversight and mentoring of scientists, and pursuit of research collaborations and funding opportunities. This Director will have their own program of research that aligns with Advocate Aurora Health priorities and a strong and consistent record of scientific discovery, scholarly activities and successful funding from federal agencies and private foundations . An experienced scientist and research leader, this individual serves as a leader within Academic Research and will be engaged in strategic discussions with internal stakeholders and will collaborate with our local and national research partners, including our regional CTSA partners, our Academic Core through Wake Forest School of Medicine, and the Health Care Systems Research Network. Strengthens the overall Advocate Aurora Research Institute (AARI) by working effectively with leaders, scientists, investigators and a variety of partners to contribute to the overall success of our research enterprise.

        Please see the following link to learn more about the position:

        Company: Advocate Aurora Research Institute
        Location: Oak Brook, IL

          Associate Director for Cancer Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research


          The Division of Research (DOR) of Kaiser Permanente Northern California (KPNC) seeks a senior researcher to become its Associate Director for Cancer Research. This individual will lead one of DOR’s six scientific sections and will participate in department-wide leadership activities. They will also maintain an independently funded research program and conduct scholarly research that is recognized nationally and internationally. A key part of this leadership role is to foster collaboration with KPNC’s operational leaders and The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG) clinicians on studies that evaluate ways to improve cancer care delivery, including primary prevention, screening and early detection, diagnosis and treatment, surveillance, survivorship, and outcomes, across the spectrum of different cancers in children and adults. The associate director may be appointed at the Associate Professor or Professor-equivalent level.

          KPNC and TPMG have a long-standing commitment to high-quality cancer care delivery, and currently embarking on an ambitious expansion of our cancer research portfolio. Thus, the Associate Director for Cancer Research calls for broad expertise related to cancer research, which can include epidemiology, evaluation and delivery of clinical and patient-centered care, outcomes assessment, and clinical trials. In general, DOR associate directors spend approximately 20% of their effort (supported by DOR administrative funds) on leadership activities with their section faculty and for the department, and the remainder of their effort on their own research. Section leadership activities include mentorship, administration, and representing the section at management and senior scientific leadership meetings. The successful candidate is expected to maintain their own externally funded research portfolio including NIH or other federal, foundation or industry funding, collaborate effectively with TPMG physicians and program leaders within KPNC, work with other DOR researchers on content and methodological issues, and develop national and international collaborations to advance research, quality of care and outcomes related to cancer.

          Required qualifications include an MD or PhD and research experience equivalent to a DOR Research Scientist II or III (similar to an Associate Professor or Professor in a university-based setting). The ideal candidate will have experience in productively leading and cultivating research programs and in successfully mentoring researchers and clinicians. The candidate should have a well-established track record of investigator-initiated grant funding, peer-reviewed publications, collaboration with clinicians, strong methodologic expertise, and experience working with electronic health records.

          DOR is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and strongly encourages women and applicants of color to apply.

          Please email a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:

          Suzanne Furuya, MPH, MBA

          Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research

          Company: Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research
          Location: Northern California

            Vice Chair for Research (PhD), Baylor Scott & White Health


            The Department of Medicine at Baylor Scott & White Health, Central Region, is seeking an experienced PhD Social Scientist, ideally with a focus on population health or related field, to serve as Vice Chair for Research to lead and grow a research program that will change people’s lives.


            • Experience as an established clinical researcher, with a track record of funding as a principal investigator
            • Advanced research training in public health, epidemiology, or a related field
            • Demonstrated the ability to effectively collaborate with clinicians and navigate the infrastructure of a large healthcare system
            • Experience with informatics is a plus
            • Leadership/management experience is a plus


            • This position is fully funded by a generous endowment for the first 3 years, after which the Vice Chair will be expected to have 50% external funding
            • Endowment funds are also available to recruit one or more additional research scientists, as well as a grants administrator and data manager
            • The Vice Chair will have academic appointments with Baylor College of Medicine and the BSW Center for Applied Health Research, thus fostering additional opportunities for collaboration
            • This position offers access to a large vertically integrated healthcare system with >4M lives, ideal for the departmental focus on population health research and innovation
            • Reports to the Chair of Medicine, Dr. Michael Volk

            About Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple
            Baylor Scott& White was named the #4 health system by Fortune/IBM Watson. Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple is a 574-bed multi-specialty teaching hospital with a Level I Trauma designation. In 2021, the hospital was ranked as the #2 teaching hospital in the United States. The hospital has 31 accredited residency and fellowship programs.

            About the Community
            Temple is regarded as one of the best areas to live and work in Texas and was ranked the sixth most affordable place to live in the U.S. In addition to no state taxes, Temple enjoys a robust economy, and a cost of living that’s lower than the national average. Served by four independent school districts and nationally recognized Temple College, the community places a high priority on education. Dubbed the “Wildflower Capital of Texas,” Temple lies along the famous Texas Wildflower Trail and is the demographic center of the state, with convenient access to major cities including Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio.

            As the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health provides full-range, inpatient, outpatient, rehabilitation, and emergency medical services through 49 hospitals and more than 800 patient access points. Excellent benefits and compensation including generous relocation, 401K matching, CME, and more.

            Please apply online at or Contact: Deborah Dixon, CPRP, Senior Physician Recruiter at

            Company: Baylor Scott & White Health
            Location: Temple, TX

              Executive Scientific Director of Research, Kaiser Permanente Southern California (KPSC)


              The Department of Research & Evaluation (R&E) of Kaiser Permanente Southern California (KPSC) is recruiting candidates for an Executive Scientific Director of Research. This position is an ideal opportunity for a renowned, visionary, and collaborative leader to work with the Department and KPSC leadership to stimulate innovation, promote a culture of excellence, and generate research that can be translated into clinical practice, health promotion, and policies to enhance the health of individuals and populations.

              The Director leads and supports strategic planning, policy formation, investigator development, and management and oversight of all research activities within the KPSC region. The Director will lead a well-established and highly regarded research group embedded within a prominent integrated health care system that serves over 4.8 million diverse members in Southern California. The organization is a learning health system that continuously translates research into practice to address questions of effectiveness, safety, quality, affordability, access, and population health.

              Authorities and Principal Responsibilities
              • Leads a team of 30+ research scientists and post-doctoral fellows, 400+ staff, $100M+ research portfolio
              • Responsible for providing strategic vision and leadership, operational, and administrative oversight of the research
              activities conducted in KPSC including grant/contract submission, research activities, and report writing and
              publication, and oversees administration of research budgets.
              • Works with Scientists, Physician Investigators, and Administrators to manage projects and ensure compliance with
              timelines, protocols, and financial and sponsor regulations.
              • Serves as KPSC research’s primary spokesperson in organizational and national committees and other leadership
              • Fosters and sustains collaborative relationships with local, state, and national opinion leaders and funders.
              • Grow and diversify the Department’s research agenda, as well as its external partnerships and funding streams
              • Foster and maintain a culture of mentorship.
              • Identify infrastructure (shared resources) and facility needs to foster innovation and efficiencies
              • Set direction with high standards of scientific rigor and integrity to help solve critical quality of care delivery gaps
              • Partner with the medical group leadership to cultivate and maintain collaborative relationships
              • May serve on the faculty of the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine.
              • Maintain a personal portfolio of nationally recognized research.
              Minimum Qualifications
              • An advanced degree (e.g., PhD, MD, or equivalent doctoral degree).
              • Minimum eight (8) years of research leadership experience in a healthcare setting required, preferably experience in a complex, multi-faceted health care system and multi-service provider setting.

              A description of the Department of Research & Evaluation is available on the web at The Department is located in Pasadena, California, a community of 140,000 residents and the home of the California Institute of Technology, Rose Bowl, Jet Propulsion Lab, and other historical and cultural sites. Information about the community can be found at Interested candidates should submit their letter of interest and CV to and for further inquiries regarding this position, you can also contact Laura Cardoza, Leadership Search Consultant, at 503-347-7110 or via email at

              KPSC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and offers a comprehensiv e compensation package, including
              employer-paid medical, dental, and coverage for eligible dependents. Competitive wages, generous paid time-off, and a
              comprehensive retirement plan are just part of the exceptional benefits offered to Kaiser Permanente emp loyees

              Company: Kaiser Permanente Southern California (KPSC)
              Location: Southern California

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                Implementation Staff Scientist, Geisinger


                Geisinger is one of the nation’s largest rural healthcare systems located in Central and Northeast Pennsylvania. As a leading healthcare system, we generate scientific evidence, inform policies, and support practices to promote positive operational and health outcomes for our patients and communities. We collaborate with clinical leaders across the system to implement and evaluate innovative healthcare delivery models. Geisinger was recently designated as a participant in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s (PCORI) Health System Implementation Initiative (HSII) and was awarded a HSII Capacity Building project to support their participation in HSII. An important component of the HSII Capacity Building project is applying implementation science concepts and theories to assess readiness for change and develop educational materials as the system prepares to engage in large implementation of evidence-based care.

                The Implementation Staff Scientist serves as a project leader on funded implementation science project(s) in the Research Institute within the Geisinger College of Health Sciences. This includes serving as Co-Investigator; leading or co-leading team meetings; personnel management; and serving as a lead or co-lead liaison to clinical leadership


                • Provides program evaluation and implementation expertise to clinical departments to support successful implementation of evidence-based or evidence-informed programs and practices
                • Facilitates the practice of implementation, organizational change, and system transformation, including through the development of tools, measures, and learning resources that may be useful to support practitioners and system partners engaged in implementation
                • Engages in implementation evaluation
                • Develops and leads research projects within the defined scope of the supervising faculty member’s research program.
                • Responsible for gathering preliminary data for grant applications, completion of objectives of funded external grants, and preparation of completed work for publication.
                • Contributes to writing grant applications and manuscripts.
                • May submit authored grants with permission of the supervisor.
                • Performs literature searches to gather information pertaining to research projects or procedures in order to develop new protocols, projects or grants applications for assigned work group.
                • Responsible for determining experimental design, collecting data, performing calculations, and analyzing results.
                • Responsible for reviewing research or data controls and determining that the research results are valid.
                • Maintains and completes appropriate records of the purpose, methods, results, and conclusions from each research project.
                • May oversee the work of support personnel in the work group at the discretion of the supervising faculty member.
                • Participates in research meetings and formal seminars to present, explain, and discuss research conducted by the work group.
                • May deliver presentations to extramural audiences at national meetings and academic institutions.

                Work is typically performed in an office environment. Accountable for satisfying all job specific obligations and complying with all organization policies and procedures. The specific statements in this profile are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job.

                Education and Experience Requirements:

                • A Doctorate degree in Implementation Science, Health Behavior, Health System Science, Public Health, Prevention Science, or closely related fields of study, or a Master’s with applicable work experience.
                • Mastery in using implementation science and practice models, frameworks, and concepts in design and evaluation of initiatives.
                • 3 years related work experience

                Preferred Qualifications, Competencies, and Experience:

                • Supervised training in the delivery of implementation evaluations of implementation strategies (e.g., prevention or treatment programs, technical assistance, community intervention, consultation, counseling) is especially encouraged.

                Company: Geisinger
                Location: Central and Northeast Pennsylvania

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                  Scientist III - Center for Health Systems Research, PAMF Palo Alto Research Institute

                  Description: Serves as a highly skilled professional with responsibility for planning, organizing, and carrying out projects of highly developed scientific scope and complexity related to data collection, data management, analysis, program evaluation, and research activities.  Leverages patient population, data, technology, and collaborative opportunities with other appropriate institutions/agencies to undertake original research for peer-reviewed publication, obtain sufficient project-related funding to support research activities, collaborate with other researchers and clinicians, and teach and provide service to own field Research Institution (RI), and community. Adheres to all local/state/federal regulations, codes, policies and procedures to ensure privacy and safety while delivering optimal patient care. May also be responsible for teaching duties.
                  Company: PAMF Palo Alto Research Institute
                  Location: Palo Alto California

                  Program Director, Cancer Care Delivery and Disparities Research, Hartford Health Care Cancer Institute


                  The Program Director, Cancer Care Delivery and Disparities Research is responsible for the development, coordination, support, and conduct of Cancer Care Delivery and Disparities Research (CCDDR) for The Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute. CCDDR focuses on the quality and cost effectiveness of cancer care, patient-oriented outcomes, and identifying
                  and eliminating barriers to care, especially related to racial/ethnic/socioeconomic disparities and social determinants of health. The CCDDR research program is part of our overall Cancer Research Program. The Program Director reports to the Director of Oncology Research and works collaboratively with the Medical Director of Cancer Care Delivery and Disparities Research.

                  Company: Hartford Health Care Cancer Institute
                  Location: Hartford, CT

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