The Eastern Virginia Medical School - Sentara Healthcare Analytics and Delivery Science Institute (EVMS-Sentara HADSI) is searching for a full time faculty at the assistant or associate professor level.
HADSI’s vision is to provide an evidence-based foundation for improved patient outcomes by fostering the development of learning healthcare systems with the efficient use of healthcare analytics skills, and stand out as a model to be emulated by other integrated health care delivery systems around the nation. HADSI leads the EVMS and Sentara efforts in applying rigorous, high-quality analytic science to the evaluation of real-world innovations aimed at improving the quality, safety and value of health care. Additionally, it provides support services to design, implement, and rigorously evaluate novel ways of develop and refine methodologies for conducting elivery science academics and implementers.
Candidates with qualifications for Assistant Professor to Associate Professor will be considered, rank offered will be based on the institutional guidelines that consider research, national recognition, institutional service and teaching elements with sustained evidence of productivity. The successful candidate may also take administrative responsibilities and serve as assistant director of HADSI.
Areas of research expertise of the candidate could include, but are not limited to, outcome/effectiveness research in health disparities (cancer, cardiovascular diseases, addiction, metabolic diseases etc), risk assessment and risk reduction, prevention and intervention, dissemination and implementation research. Ability to navigate with Sentara Healthcare partners for implementation sciences and disease and risk cohort studies is anticipated. The person filling this position will develop a vision to improve clinical/outcome/implementation/ dissemination research at EVMS and Sentara.
Candidates with NIH track record and active extramural funding will receive preference. The successful candidate will join a highly competent academic team and will work very closely with HADSI staff, EVMS and Sentara healthcare professionals.