[Bixby] Post-doc position available in teen pregnancy prevention research
Adolescent Teen Pregnancy Prevention-Related Research Post-doctoral Associate
The Center for Innovative Public Health Research (CiPHR) is excited to announce a call for a post-doctoral associate position in the areas of teen pregnancy prevention and sexual minority
adolescent health. The fellow will assist in the development of teen pregnancy prevention programming for LGB adolescent women under the mentorship of Michele Ybarra, MPH PhD. Dr. Ybarra is President and Research Director of CiPHR, a non-profit (501c3) public
health research organization funded by the Department of Health and Human Services (e.g., the Office of Adolescent Health; the National Institutes of Health) to design and implement national epidemiological surveys and prevention programming. Dr. Ybarra has
a long track record of mentorship, federal funding, and peer-reviewed publication.
Eligible candidates should have a doctorate in related sciences (i.e., social, behavioral, health) and academic interests in public health and/or health communications, which should be
reflected by their publication record. Demonstrated research expertise with either sexual minority youth or teen pregnancy prevention is highly preferred. Applicants need to have excellent interpersonal skills and strong training in applied research and advanced
quantitative statistical modeling.
The training can be tailored to suit the individual’s requirements; the trainee will have the opportunity to participate in authorship on relevant manuscripts, collaborative grant writing
opportunities, and independent grant submissions. The position provides exceptional mentored training opportunities to develop research skills and collaborate with a dynamic, federally funded, multidisciplinary team of investigators. Conference travel and
other training experiences also will be supported.
San Clemente is a vibrant beach community in southern California. Combining the best of beach town culture and nearby metropolitan living, San Clemente has a wide selection of cultural
and entertainment offerings, including public museums, music and arts festivals, and professional sports teams.
CiPHR is committed to supporting diversity in our work environment. Minorities, women, and other under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. A letter of intent and CV may be submitted
via email to: Michele@InnovativePublicHealth.org.
Michele Ybarra MPH PhD
Innovative Public Health Research (CiPHR)
Decoding how technology influences and can improve public health
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