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Postdoctoral Fellowship
UCSF
Are you curious about what insights the new JUUL documents hold?
Are you interested in tobacco and cannabis co-use?
Do you want to translate your research to policy?

The UCSF Fellowship in Tobacco Research is for you!

We are continuing to accept applications for our 2 year postdoctoral fellowship program, which supports a diverse group of scholars in all aspects of tobacco research.

In addition to the questions above, all facets of tobacco research are welcome.

We will continue to accept applications until all positions are filled. Please see the website for details and application.
Link: https://tobacco.ucsf.edu/fellowship
Postdoctoral Fellow
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
NCI-funded behavioral science cancer prevention research. Mostly skin cancer and some tobacco. Policy and digital interventions. Focus on data analysis as well as manuscript and paper writing.
Link: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/220705
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Medical University of South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina and Hollings Cancer Center are recruiting a postdoctoral fellow in tobacco regulatory science. The initial appointment is for 2 years, with the ability to renew for subsequent years dependent on progress. The research fellow will work under the direction and mentorship of Dr. Tracy Smith on clinical trials related to tobacco regulation, e-cigarettes, and tobacco flavoring. Opportunities are available to develop independent research projects either within ongoing trials, using existing data from completed clinical trials, or to lead independent studies involving primary data collection. The candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with a strong group of tobacco researchers at MUSC. The fellow will receive support and be encouraged to develop their own grant applications (e.g., K series or institutional research grants). Additional activities will be determined by the fellow and Dr. Smith. A PhD in Psychology, Public Health, or a related field is required. The ideal candidate will have a record of research productivity and strong references. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV, and list of potential references to Tracy Smith, PhD (smithtra@musc.edu). The cover letter should include a description of your research interests.
MUSC is located in Charleston, SC. Charleston is a beautiful and historic city in coastal South Carolina. Charleston consistently rates as a top city in the United States, with access to fine dining, museums, and beaches.
Professor
Inje university, Ilsanpaik hospital
Education, research, and patient care
Link: None
Research Coordinator, Health Communication & Equity Lab - Annenberg School
University of Pennsylvania
The Research Coordinator will assist the Principal Investigator in implementing the day-to-day activities of an NIH-funded study to evaluate the effectiveness of a tailored social media intervention to prevent vaping initiation among LGBTQ youth. Other responsibilities include assisting with community-engaged research to co-design culturally appropriate communication interventions including reducing tobacco use, health screening, chronic disease prevention, vaccinations, and mitigating impacts of climate change among diverse populations.
Link: https://wd1.myworkdaysite.com/en-US/recruiting/upenn/careers-at-penn/job/Annenberg-School-for-Communication/Research-Coordinator--Health-Communication---Equity-Lab---Annenberg-School_JR00087351
Research Project Manager
NYU School of Global Public Health
The New York University School of Global Public Health is seeking a Research Project Manager to work directly with faculty researchers and a growing research team on a five-year National Institutes of Health-funded study that will utilize Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST) to optimize smoking cessation treatment in HIV clinical care for people living with HIV (PLWH). The intervention will directly target patient barriers to quitting and clinical care barriers to tobacco treatment by optimizing a cost-effective, sustainable and immediately scalable smoking cessation package tailored specifically for the HIV clinical care context.

This study will be an opportunity to apply and grow your research and management experience, publish, and contribute to a project that will have a significant impact on improving the health of a population that experiences significant health disparities.

The position offers competitive pay and excellent benefits. This position requires in-person in-office work, with some remote flexibility.

Please email cover letter and resume directly to Jennifer Cantrell at jennifer.cantrell@nyu.edu
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Center for Assessment of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR)
Postdoctoral position to fill on a project funded by the Center for the Assessment of the Public Health Impact of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR) (modeling/simulations)
Applications are invited for two two-year postdoctoral research positions to join the NIH-funded Center for the Assessment of the Public Health Impact of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR), with a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional team of collaborators; David Mendez (University of Michigan), David Levy (Georgetown University), and Rafael Meza (BC Cancer Research Institute). The postdoc will develop and examine simulation models of tobacco use that explicitly consider multiple tobacco-products and multiple disease outcomes. The interdisciplinary team includes epidemiologists, economists, tobacco scientists, applied mathematicians, and statisticians. The project will conduct analyses of the public health impact of tobacco regulations across a range of tobacco-related conditions and policy outcomes. Desired areas of expertise include: dynamic and complex systems, parameter estimation, computer programming (familiarity with R, Python, C++, Matlab, Netlogo), statistical analysis, econometrics, and epidemiology modeling. Experience developing mathematical/simulation models to address problems in public health, epidemiology or health outcomes is a plus.
As a multi-institutional center, CAsToR offers a vibrant mathematical modeling and complex systems community. The position will be based at the University of Michigan. Applicants should have a doctoral degree in Epidemiology, Health Economics, Econometric, Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research or a related field.
The position is available immediately but starting date is negotiable.
To apply, please submit CV, names of references, and inquiries to CAsToR Postings at CASTOR.Postings@umich.edu

Link: https://tcors.umich.edu/
Senior Research Support Specialist (Post-Bac / MA)
University at Buffalo
We’re getting ready to post it, so this isn’t formal, but…
We’re looking to hire a full-time research support specialist to be split working on two federally funded projects. One is a large lab study comparing the effects of 24 hours of abstinence among 160 people who smoke daily, 160 people who vape daily, and 50 people who smoke and vape daily. The other examines lab-to-life relationships and real-world vaping patterns with a sensor we’ve developed to work on a wide range of ENDS. Please share with folks who will be graduating soon or have done so recently and encourage them to contact me if interested.
Link: None
Postdoctoral fellow in health services research
Centre for addiction and mental health/university of Toronto
The Intrepid Lab is seeking a highly motivated person with a PhD in public health,HSR, social sciences or a related field to work with Drs Selby and Sayani to co-design,implement ,and evaluate an integrated health program combing smoking cessation (stop program) and prevention and health promotion (Better program) in primary care settings.
Link: None
Assistant or Associate Professor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
We are establishing a new division in Global and Rural Women’s Health in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. While the description of the position is broadly defined in women’s health, we are interested in recruiting faculty with a focus on addiction among women, including tobacco. The focus can be rural women’s health, global or both. UAB is also making a great investment in health equity. If anyone is interested I will be happy to informally talk about the faculty positions and opportunities. Thanks
Isabel Scarinci- scarinci@uab.edu
Link: https://uab.peopleadmin.com/postings/18310
Postdoctoral Scholar
Penn State College of Medicine
We are advertising 3 post-doc positions at the NIH-funded Penn State Tobacco Center for Regulatory Science (TCORS). Each is for 2+1 years and is connected to the 3 main research projects we will be doing over the next 4 years. These projects will study addiction and toxicant exposure when using e-cigarettes, cigars and nicotine pouches.
Postdoctoral Fellow
McGill University
Looking for a postdoc to work on a positron emission topography study to examine endocannabinoid function in people who use tobacco and/vape.
Link: None
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