The Department of Global Health (DGH) at the University of Washington, which bridges the Schools of Medicine (SOM) and Public Health (SPH), is recruiting individuals to join our faculty as assistant professors and assistant teaching professors.
DGH values and honors excellence in research, teaching, mentoring, practice and service in order to achieve our mission: To improve health for all through research, education, training, and service; to understand and address the causes of disease and health inequities at multiple levels; and to collaborate with partners to develop and sustain locally-led, quality health systems, programs and policies.
We are seeking highly motivated, impact-driven, creative, and collaborative individuals for the following positions:
- Three Assistant Professor WOT faculty positions in Global Health (SPH)
- Three Assistant Professor WOT faculty positions in Global Health (SOM)
- Two Assistant Teaching Professors in Global Health
We are particularly interested in continuing to expand faculty expertise, skills, and experience in one or more of the following content and/or methodological areas:
- Priority Content Areas: climate change & health; global cardiovascular disease; global mental health; health systems strengthening; maternal, adolescent, child, & neonatal health; pandemic disease preparedness & response; infectious diseases, including HIV/STI prevention & care
- Priority Methodological Areas: analysis of data for public health planning; implementation science; qualitative &/or mixed methods; randomized clinical trial design & implementation; technologies & tools for global health
DGH sits within both the School of Public Health and the School of Medicine. Positions primarily appointed in each school must be posted separately. Applicants are welcome and encouraged to apply to all positions. Initial review begins in January 2022.
DGH Commitment to Diversity, Health Equity and Inclusion
DGH is committed to a future that is free of health inequities, that promotes the highest level of wellness for the communities we serve, and a diverse and inclusive public health workforce that embodies humility, respect, leadership and service on behalf of, and with, the diverse communities we are privileged to serve. Learn more about our commitment.