Child and Family Patient Centered Outcomes Research Scholars Program
Accepting Applicants for August 2016
We are accepting applications for our Child and Family Patient Centered Outcomes Research Scholars Program. This mentored career development (K12) program for junior faculty focuses on patient centered outcomes research and comparative effectiveness research.
This K12 program supports junior faculty, who are on their way to building careers that include research directly linked to delivery systems. The funding for this program comes from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) administered through the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). It builds on our fellowship training in the Harvard-wide Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship, but this program is targeted at junior faculty members, rather than post-doctoral fellows. The three primary sites of the program are Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC), and the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute (DPM). We link with a wide range of delivery systems and have a symposia series on key topics taking place throughout the year. The grant covers 75% of each scholar’s salary (up to a limit of $90,000) for 2-3 years, and provides additional funds (up to $25k annually) for scholars’ research development costs and individual training.
Our leadership team includes Drs. Jonathan Finkelstein (Director, BCH), Erinn Rhodes (Associate Director, BCH), Mark Schuster (BCH), Kenneth Mandl (BCH), Milton Kotelchuck (MGHfC), Karen Kuhlthau (MGHfC), Elsie Taveras (MGHfC), Matthew Gillman (DPM), Grace Lee (DPM), and Don Goldmann (Institute for Healthcare Improvement).
We are accepting applications through November 15, 2015 for positions starting on August 1, 2016. For this program, it is critical that scholars have primary interests in patient-centered outcomes and comparative effectiveness research as defined by PCORI. Applicants must have or concurrently apply for a faculty position at one of our primary sites. Please contact our Associate Director, Dr. Erinn Rhodes (email@example.com) with questions or to request an application form.
Assistant/Associate Professor: Early Intervention for Auditory and/or Vestibular Impairments
Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln; Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders
The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders at the University of Nebraska Lincoln is searching for a tenure-track faculty member, at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. This is a nine-month appointment. We seek applicants with a promising or established research program and teaching experience in early intervention for children with hearing and/or vestibular impairments. This position offers a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary collaboration in research and instruction related to auditory development, hearing assessment, amplification, cochlear implants, aural rehabilitation or vestibular assessment/management with pediatric populations. This position will also be expected to work collaboratively with others across the Department, College and University.
Appointment at the associate professor level may be awarded with tenure.
Responsibilities: Establish a vigorous, extramurally funded and collaborative program of research, teach undergraduate or graduate courses in area of expertise or closely related areas, mentor and direct student research; contribute to department, college, and university governance.
Qualifications: Requirements include an earned doctorate (PhD) in Audiology, Hearing Science, Communication Disorders, or related field with evidence of substantial training or expertise in early intervention and sensory impairment. Other requirements include building and maintaining an externally funded research program, evidence of scholarly writing in pediatric assessment or intervention in hearing or balance disorders, and effective communication skills. Those appointed at the associate professor level must have a record of extramurally funded research. Preference will be given to candidates with college teaching experience and particular interest in pediatric assessment, amplification, cochlear implants, aural rehabilitation, or vestibular evaluation/management.
Review of applications will begin March 6, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. The projected start date of the position is August 2017.
To apply, view requisition F_170007 at http://employment.unl.edu and click on “Apply to this job.” Complete the application and attach the following documents: (1) letter of application that includes research and teaching statements; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) no more than two completed research articles (attach using the Other Document link); and (4) names and contact information for three professional references. Inquiries should be directed to Steve Boney at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-472-5734.
Internal Number: F_170007
About Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln; Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders
The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders (http://cehs.unl.edu/secd/) is nationally known for its graduate programs in Special Education, Speech Language Pathology, and Audiology and is committed to innovative inquiry to understand and mitigate learning and behavior disorders, speech/language impairments, and sensory impairments. Department faculty are addressing important pr...oblems and developing interventions that facilitate academic success, well-managed behavior, autonomous communication, and sensory access and rehabilitation throughout the lifespan. Current areas of research include: auditory and vestibular physiology; genetics of inner ear dysfunction; sensorimotor integration; neuroimaging; brain injury; infant communication; learning technologies; speech physiology; communication technologies; writing to read; and behavioral interventions. The Department has active research collaborations with the University of Nebraska Center for Brain Biology and Behavior, Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools, Schmoker Reading Center, Boys Town National Research Institute, Boys Town National Research Hospital, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, school districts and hospitals within the region, and a number of national and international institutions and agencies. Lincoln, Nebraska is a vibrant college town of approximately 270,000 that combines the cultural richness of a large university with the affordability of a Midwestern city.
The University of Nebraska is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. See http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.
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