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Job Opportunities

The Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offer job opportunities to those interested in federal positions. Here you will also find job opportunities related to cancer health disparities from other research institutions.

CRCHD Opportunities

  • GMaP Summit: Highlights
    Read through a brief summary of CRCHD grantee activity as it hosts its first Geographical Manangement Program Summit.

Health Disparities-Related Opportunities

  • Positions in Cancer/Disparities at San Diego State University
    Follow the link above for more information on two tenure-track appointments in the area of psychology, one whose research focuses on diversity and/or disparities, as well as a position which exists within the NCI-funded U54 Partnership grants and focuses on cancer disparities.

  • NCI/Cancer Center Faculty Positions Available
    Below please find information on a NCI tenure track faculty position in immunology, and two faculty positions in cancer research which have come to our attention:

    • Tenure Track Principal Investigator in Immunology
      Experimental Immunology Branch
      Center for Cancer Research, NCI
      Description: Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree, with a strong record of scientific accomplishments, and the potential to establish an independent research program in any aspect of molecular or cellular immunology
      Deadline: November 15, 2010
      Contact: Caroline McCabe at ncieibsearch@mail.nih.gov

    • Tenure Track Faculty Member in Biomarker Research
      Cancer Prevention and Control Program
      Fox Chase Cancer Center
      Description: M.D., and Ph.D., from Assistant Professor to Full Professor with research interest in biomarkers of cancer risk, hormone physiology, DNA damage and repair, and environmental exposures
      Contact: Margie L. Clapper, Ph.D., at Margie.clapper@fccc.edu

    • Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Community-Based Cancer Disparities Research
      Hellen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
      Universty of California, San Francisco
      Description: M.D. or doctoral degree in public health with a record of extramurally funded research and peer-reviewed publications in cancer disparities in accordance with rank
      Contact: Rena J. Pasick, Dr.P.H., c/o Kathleen Chew at chewk1@cc.ucsf.edu

Other Federal Government Opportunities

Updated: 05/16/13