NYU Langone Health
NYU School of Grossman Medicine announces its search for the Chair of the Department of Population Health. The Dean and faculty consider this an exceptional opportunity to lead a preeminent department in the City of New York in close collaboration with the other schools and colleges of New York University.
Chair, Population Health
NYU Grossman School of Medicine & its Affiliated Academic Medical Centers
NYU Grossman School of Medicine is seeking a visionary, dynamic and creative department chair, with a distinguished record of scientific achievements, who can expand and lead a next-generation multi-disciplinary Department of Population Health and its NYU Grossman School of Medicine faculty in the advancement of the science of population health and health equity. The selected Chair should have the ability to foster and sustain collaborations and partnerships, both across our academic system and with communities and other external groups, as well as to promote innovation and creativity. The candidate should have demonstrated leadership in a university, medical center or research institute setting, and a track record of NIH funding. We expect the candidate to create and foster close collaboration with the other schools and colleges of New York University. Applications from physicians and non-physicians are welcomed.
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Salary ranges between $330,000 - $550,000 and is commensurate with qualifications and experience. NYU offers a generous benefits package.
Applications and nominations should include a curriculum vitae and narrative discussing areas of clinical, research, education, administration, and leadership. All materials should be sent electronically, for confidential review by the search committee, to: Jariat Zaman, Sr. Program Coordinator for Education, Faculty and Academic Affairs, email@example.com
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