Positions are open (Assistant, Associate, Full Professor) in the Cancer Prevention Program at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center. The mission of the program is to conduct social-behavioral research aimed at reducing health disparities in the multiethnic population of Hawaii and the larger Pacific region. These are full-time research positions with opportunities for teaching. Currently the program has projects focused on tobacco product use, ethnic differences in cancer screening and clinical trial participation, health information studies, and cancer survivorship. Recruitment is focused on faculty who will expand the research scope of the program in existing or new areas. The UH Cancer Center is an NCI-designated center in a multicultural environment including indigenous peoples. The Center provides extensive support to researchers with core resources including biostatistics and bioinformatics, genomics and metabolomics, nutrition research support, and analytical biochemistry. Collaboration with other faculty in epidemiology, cancer biology, and translational clinical research is encouraged. Competitive salary and start-up package are available, commensurate with experience. Candidates should hold a Ph.D., Dr.P.H. and/or M.D. degree. Assistant Professor candidates should demonstrate outstanding potential for establishing an independent, extramurally funded research program. Associate and Full Professor candidates should have established extramurally funded research programs.
To Apply: Visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hawaiiedu and search for Position Number 0070031 to submit an application.
Inquiries about the program may be directed to Dr. Thomas Wills, Director, Cancer Prevention Program, UH Cancer Center (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 808-441-7708). Cover letter may be addressed to Dr. Wills.
Inquiries about the application process may be directed to Namrata Gurung, Director of Human Resources, UH Cancer Center (E-mail: HR@cc.hawaii.edu).