Assistant Professor in Health Outcomes and Administrative Sciences
Department:: Health Outcomes and Administrative Sciences
Locations:: Binghamton, NY
Posted:: Mar 19, 2021
Closes:: Open Until Filled
Ref. No.:: 08258
Position ID:: 129218
About Binghamton University:
The state of New York provided $60 million to establish a School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Binghamton University. The school, which enrolled its inaugural PharmD class in 2017, is now housed in a new, state-of-the-art, 105,000-square-foot building dedicated to research and education and located at the University's new Health Sciences Campus. The school's outstanding leaders in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences use contemporary medication management and innovative research to transform human health locally and globally. The research and clinically focused school is training the next generations of graduates to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered pharmaceutical care to diverse groups of patients, especially those who are in underserved rural and geriatric communities. Our new pharmacy simulations laboratory houses a hospital pharmacy with a 797-compliant sterile room, community pharmacy with a robotic dispenser, patient home setting, and 3 hospital rooms complete with electrocardiographic/respiratory/hemodynamic monitoring and high-fidelity mannequins. The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences obtained Candidate status from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education in June 2018. In the future, the PhD program under development will be renowned for its contributions to translational, clinical and outcomes research within the changing landscape of drug development, pharmacy practice and clinical science.
The school invites applications for a faculty position in the Department of Health Outcomes and Administrative Sciences in the tenure track.
The successful candidate should demonstrate statistical and/or methodological expertise in quantitative approaches to understanding human health and disease. Potential research expertise can include health outcomes or epidemiology including use of health care data such as electronic medical records/electronic health records (EMR/EHR), large clinical and biomarker data sets, or clinical trials data. The candidate should possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and a strong commitment to scholarship and teaching both in a pharmacy degree program, and in a developing Ph.D. program.
Primary duties and responsibilities include:
- Develop and sustain a vigorous research program that will obtain external funding.
- Provide teaching that includes coordination and delivery of a required didactic Biostatistics course for first-year pharmacy students, teaching and coordination duties in other departmental courses in the PharmD curriculum such as: Population Health and Study Design Evaluation, Public Health and Global Health Problems or other related courses.
- Provide research mentorship to PharmD students in related areas of health outcomes research including PharmD student capstone research projects.
- Demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence through teaching, research and participating in service activities at the School and University levels, as appropriate.
- Support and participate in the school's culture of assessment.
- Demonstrate a commitment to the diversity of students, faculty, and staff and an inclusive academic environment.
Applicants must have earned a PhD, DrPH, ScD, MPH or a PharmD with additional training in an appropriate field of study, have demonstrated potential for success in scholarship and teaching, and be eligible for appointment at the Assistant Professor Level. Applicants having experience in conducting research using quantitative or mixed methods are preferred as are candidates who have either completed post-doctoral research training or have prior experience in health care related programs. Candidates will need to have completed their degrees by August 1, 2021
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Candidates should submit a cover letter, teaching philosophy, research philosophy, curriculum vitae and contact information for three (3) professional references. Salary is commensurate with experience and rank.
Applications received by May 10, 2021 will be given first consideration; the review process will continue until the position is filled. Any questions about this position should be directed to: Dr. Eric Hoffman, Chair of the search committee ([email protected] )