Department of Surgery
Seeking Trauma Research Faculty Member
Applications are invited for a Director of Trauma Research in the Department of Surgery at the Boston University School of Medicine (http://www.bumc.bu.edu/surgery/). Candidates may have MD or PhD degrees but the position is for a full-time researcher with no clinical responsibilities.
Candidates are expected to have a strong track-record of trauma-related research, will have demonstrated the ability to work collaboratively with clinical colleagues and are required to have active NIH or equivalent funding.
Candidates with expertise in any area of clinical, translational, health sciences or basic trauma-related research will be considered, although research programs that take advantage of and can be easily integrated into the busy trauma and acute care services , and the diverse patient population at Boston Medical Center are particularly encouraged to apply. Specific areas of research interest include but are not limited to; the social determinants of health associated with trauma care and outcomes, disparities in health care related to trauma and patient-oriented research on interpersonal violence, firearm injury and recidivism.
Candidates should forward their application materials, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, and research program statement (maximum two pages and should include explanation of why your research efforts will benefit from a primary appointment in the Department of Surgery) to: Tony Godfrey, PhD, Associate Chair for Research, Boston University School of Medicine, via email to email@example.com. Please include “Research Position” in the subject line.
BUSM is an affirmative action/equal employment employers. Women and minorities are encourage to apply.