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Postdoctoral research fellow
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Looking for a dynamic early career public health researcher to join a fast-growing team of cancer epidemiologists at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Ongoing funded research includes multilevel studies of neighborhood environment and biomarkers associated with breast, ovarian, and prostate cancer. Available datasets include population based survivorship and registry cohorts. Several local pilot awards are available to develop into career development or research proposals. Successful applicants will have strong verbal, writing and analytic skills
Postdoctoral Research Fellow - cancer and environmental epidemiology
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
We are seeking applicants who are interested in joining the Environment and Cancer Epidemiology Group at the NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (PI: Alexandra White). The overarching research goal of the group is to better understand how environmental exposures, singly and in combination, influence the risk of developing cancer in women. Fellows can take advantage of data from the large prospective Sister Study cohort of over 50,000 women across the U.S. Current research projects are focused on the role of ambient exposures (e.g., air pollution, noise) and chemical biomarkers (e.g., persistent chemicals) in breast, ovarian and uterine cancer risk. Opportunities include research in climate change and exposomics. Postdoc fellows at NIEHS have no teaching responsibilities and are eligible for K99/R00 and non-NIH research grants. Successful candidates will have a strong background in epidemiology, environmental health and statistical methods.
Postdoctoral Scholar
Stanford School of Medicine
The Postdoctoral Scholar will apply machine learning algorithms and targeted estimation methods to existing large genomic data. The candidate should have R statistical software experience and expertise in executing and interpreting machine learning algorithms and using epidemiological data. Projects include analyses of existing large scale -omics data such as genome-wide DNA methylation, transcriptomics and epigenetic aging from multiple human cohorts and studies. The candidate will have access to a vibrant research community at Stanford, data science experts, methodologists and join a dynamic research team. The scholar will have access to pilot funding and data to further develop an independent research career. The scholar will work in a multidisciplinary collaborative environment.

• Apply novel machine learning algorithms and targeted estimation methods to existing epidemiological data.
• Execute analyses of existing large scale -omics data such as genome-wide DNA methylation, transcriptomics and epigenetic aging from multiple human studies.
• Expected to report results at scientific conferences and disseminate findings in publications.

Preferred qualifications:
• PhD in one of a variety of fields, including but not limited to epidemiology, bio-statistics, or environmental health.
• Experience using R statistical software.
• Experience with epidemiological analyses and application of machine learning methods.
• Previous experience with analyses of large-scale DNA methylation data is desirable, bioinformatics and using Bioconductor.
• Proven record of scientific publications.
Assistant/Associate Professor in Environmental Health: Biological, Exposure, or Population Sciences
Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
The Department of Environmental Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH) seeks outstanding candidates for positions at the rank of assistant or associate professor in Environmental Health. This is a tenure-ladder position, with the academic rank to be determined in accordance with the successful candidate’s experience and productivity.

Environmental health addresses the relationship between harmful environmental exposures and public health. To improve public health our departmental mission is to advance the discovery, transmission, and application of new knowledge, thereby fostering policies and programs that promote well-being and healthy, safe communities. We are dedicated to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work. We deal with infectious, chemical, biological, radiation and particulate environmental exposures borne in air, water, soil, food, or consumer products.

These tenure track positions offer outstanding scholarly and scientific resources in a collegial, collaborative, and diverse atmosphere. A joint appointment with another Harvard school and/or another HSPH department is also possible. These positions offer the opportunity to mentor exceptional students and post-doctoral trainees with strong interests in environmental health effects. The successful candidates will be expected to develop an independent research program, to participate in teaching graduate-level courses, and mentor students and post-doctoral trainees from diverse backgrounds and participate in teaching graduate-level courses that promote awareness of the social determinants as they pertain to environmental health, cultural sensitivity, and environmental justice.

The successful candidates will join our diverse group of elite investigators. Candidates from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply, including Latinx, Black/African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Pacific Islander, LGBTQIA+, and others.
Community-Focused Postdoc Fellowship in Environmental Health
Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
The Department of Environmental Health, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, is looking for an exceptional postdoctoral fellow to join their National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Center to work closely with the Center’s Community Engagement Core. The postdoctoral fellow will be working under the guidance of Dr. Gary Adamkiewicz and Ann Backus to develop and conduct studies that aid the CEC’s mission “to directly engage with communities and stakeholders to address the impacts of exposures to metals, organic chemicals, particulate matter, non-chemical stressors and other toxins on human health.” We aim to develop initiatives that can directly inform our collaborations with partners in the Boston area and set the stage for the next generation of applied urban environmental research.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Environmental Epidemiology and Climate and Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
We have an immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellowship in environmental epidemiology. The fellow will contribute to several environmental epidemiology projects on climate and health and environmental justice as part of ongoing research in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering (PI: Jaime Madrigano). The fellow will lead analyses and manuscripts assessing the health impacts of extreme heat, green space, and structural racism, with opportunities to interact with practitioners and community partners. The successful candidate will have strong methodological skills and an interest in environmental justice, health equity, and research translation.

The postdoctoral fellow will work with a dedicated mentor in a supportive research environment. Training in epidemiologic methods, climate change and health, and manuscript/grant writing will be provided. In addition, the fellow will be encouraged to pursue career development activities, present at professional conferences, develop independent research projects, and apply for a K99/R00 or other research grants.

Candidates must have a PhD or equivalent graduate degree in epidemiology, environmental health sciences, biostatistics, or related field. Strong programming and data management skills in SAS, R, or Stata as well as excellent writing skills are required. Additional desired qualifications include experience in climate change and health, environmental justice, community-based research, spatial analyses, and causal inference. A dynamic thinker who enjoys collaborative research will fit well.
Postdoctoral Research in Electronic Health Records and Environmental Health
This postdoctoral opportunity will use electronic health record based cohorts to examine associations between environmental conditions in urban settings, particularly as impacted by underground storage tanks, and health outcomes.
Two Year Postdoctoral Position in Climate Change Epidemiology with the University of California Center for Climate, Health and Equity and the University of California, San Diego
UC San Diego
The University of California’s Center for Climate, Health and Equity (CCHE) and the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) are seeking a 2-year postdoctoral researcher interested in studying wildfire smoke, climate resilience, and health disparities related to climate change. 
The researcher will apply and develop various methods to estimate heterogeneous causal effects of wildfire smoke on various health issues using electronic health records to ultimately create “vulnerability profiles” to guide clinical response in the UC Health care system. Additionally, the researcher will be expected to implement quasi-experimental methods, including difference-in-differences and synthetic control methods to assess the effectiveness of wildfire smoke health risk strategies (including early warning systems) implemented in California in the last decade. The position will also include leading data analysis and manuscript writing in collaboration with the research team. Training in epidemiologic methods, spatial analysis, climate change and health, and manuscript/grant writing will be provided.
The start for the position is flexible, with a preference for September 2023.
Interested applicants should submit their CV, a 1-page cover letter that includes a range of possible start dates and the candidate’s goals with this research, 2‐3 samples of scholarly writing (published, under review, or in preparation), and the names and contacts of 3 references. Applications should be submitted in PDF format by July 1st 2023 to and Applications will be considered until position is filled. 
Multiple Opportunities - CEHI at UIC
The Children’s Environmental Health Initiative (CEHI), currently based at Notre Dame and transitioning to UIC, is hiring GIS technicians and analysts, as well as statisticians trained at the bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral level for jobs in Chicago. See for more information or contact us at! Feel free to find Melissa Fiffer in person if interested.
Postdoctoral Fellowship - Environmental Omics and Metabolic Disease
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
If interested, find me at ISEE-NAC or email:

The Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai looks forward to welcoming 1 postdoctoral fellow to join the NIH-funded Institute for Exposomics and conduct epidemiology research in the field of “Exposome and metabolic disease research using multi-omics approaches”.
Our multidisciplinary research group uses state-of-the-art methodological approaches to investigate the impact of environmental stressors on health, with a particular interest in endocrine disruptors (e.g., PFAS among others) and highly prevalent metabolic diseases, such as obesity, diabetes, and chronic liver disease.

Successful candidates will form part of a vibrant, interdisciplinary team of environmental epidemiologists, environmental exposure scientists, biostatisticians, bioinformaticians, chemists, toxicologists and health care professionals, and get involved in active NIH-funded studies in birth cohorts and case-control studies in the U.S., Europe, Singapore and Latin America. Primary responsibilities of this position involve data analysis and manuscript preparation, with opportunities to obtain formal and informal training in grant writing and to teach in the Master of Science in Epidemiology program. Fellows will be encouraged and supported to attend and present their work at relevant national and international research conferences.
Principal Epidemiologist
Ramboll is looking for a Principal Epidemiologist to join our growing team in the Northeast. We are seeking a senior-level environmental or occupational epidemiologist with 15+ years of experience in scientific consulting, with demonstrated capability to develop new business. Details are available here: and on LinkedIn ( On-line applications are being accepted now! Ramboll offers competitive salaries, excellent health and retirement benefits, generous PTO, and the opportunity to work alongside the brightest people on interesting and rewarding projects.

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Health/ Env data scientist
Public Health Institute
Position available in cutting edge Tracking California Program of the Public Health Institute conducting environmental health surveillance and research. Candidate should have experience in managing and analyzing large datasets. Conduct descriptive and inferential statistics. Experience in R, Python, and SAS. Preference for someone with interest/experience in public health surveillance and environmental health. MPH preferred.
Multiple postdoc opportunities at University of Southern California
University of Southern California
Seeking motivated postdoc candidates with expertise in environmental epidemiology, exposure assessment and related areas. Projects focus on investigation of environmental exposures in relation to maternal-child health, including cardiovascular, metabolic and respiratory health outcomes. Opportunities to work with the MADRES cohort, Children’s Health Study and the Children’s AIRE cohort. Contact Shohreh Farzan for more information!
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Postdoctoral research fellow
Boston University School of Public Health
The Department of Environmental Health at the Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) has a long history and national reputation of interdisciplinary research to address the health effects of environmental exposures. We invite applications for multiple Postdoctoral Research Associate positions in the fields of environmental epidemiology, exposure assessment, data science, and geographical information systems. Postdoctoral Research Associates will have the opportunity to work on one or two projects, joining interdisciplinary teams of faculty, graduate students and research assistants from BUSPH and partner organizations. The positions will be mentored and supervised by up to two Environmental Health faculty, with start dates Spring through Fall 2023.
We are seeking a cohort of Postdoctoral Research Associates to work on the following projects: (see link)
Postdoc - Environmental Epigenomics & Maternal and Child Health
University of Southern California
The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences at the University of Southern California (USC) invites applications for a research associate position based within the Maternal and Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social Stressors ( Center, an environmental health disparities research center funded by the NIEHS, NIMHD and the EPA. The MADRES Center focuses on understanding the role of prenatal environmental exposures and social determinants on the development of maternal and child health outcomes including maternal depression and cardiovascular risks and childhood obesity, metabolic, and respiratory health outcomes.

The successful candidate will participate in scientific activities including research to understand how maternal psychosocial stressors and environmental pollutants in pregnancy influence epigenomics underlying infant and child health outcomes. An array of prenatal exposure and health data are available as well as multiple ‘omics datasets including DNA methylation, miRNA, RNAseq, and metabolomics in pregnancy and infancy.

The ability to work independently, to proactively seek guidance when needed and to generate a line of research aligned with Center goals is essential. Specific responsibilities will include the following:
Generates scientific hypotheses and conducts data analysis
Works independently with minimal supervision
Writes manuscripts of completed work
Contribute intellectually to scientific goals

The applicant must have a PhD in epidemiology or biostatistics, life sciences, molecular biology, genetics or closely related field. The ideal applicant will have experience and interest in epigenomics.

In interested please contact
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Postdoctoral fellow
Wendy Klag Center, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Faculty in the Wendy Klag Center (WKC) for Autism and Developmental Disabilities seek postdoctoral fellows to join their research team at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH). The WKC encompasses a broad array of research and educational goals across the fields of public health including epidemiology, health services research, developmental research, policy research, population and family dynamics and beyond. 

The WKC’s faculty lead an array of large studies, with national and international collaborators. The WKC also houses NIH-supported Autism Centers of Excellent (ACE) Network focused on gene-environment interaction in ASD, which includes population-based studies, translation to experimental models, and health communication efforts of research findings.

We particularly seek individuals looking for training and research experience in areas relevant to autism and neurodevelopment, including but not limited to environmental epidemiology, genetic/epigenetic epidemiology, and neuroepidemiology. Cross-cutting training may span the areas of examining the effects of environmental exposures on the developing brain, epigenetics, or gene-environment interaction.

Post-doctoral fellows must have completed a Doctoral degree in a relevant field (epidemiology, environmental health sciences, genetics, biostatistics, psychology, molecular or computational biology, neuroscience, etc.). We further seek individuals with strong analytical and computational skills, or interest in gaining these skills, the ability to work on multiple projects concurrently, and experience in scientific writing and oral communication of study results. Individuals from historically under-represented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter outlining their career goals, CV, names and contacts of three references to Heather Volk.
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Tenure Track Faculty Position in Environmental Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
The Department of Environmental Health and Engineering in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invites applications for a full-time, tenure track research and teaching faculty position. We are seeking applicants with specific expertise in epidemiologic investigation of environmental exposures, risks, and health outcomes, as well as broader research and teaching expertise in the environmental health sciences.

Qualified applicants must hold a doctoral degree, specific training in epidemiology & environmental health sciences, & documented success in epidemiologic research. The rank of the appointment will be in accordance with the successful candidate’s experience. Successful applicants will demonstrate a solid record of scholarship and extramurally funded research commensurate with rank and a commitment to addressing the challenges in their identified areas of research through translation of research to policy. The successful candidate will be expected to develop a sustainable sponsored research program and should have experience in teaching, mentoring, and advising students at the graduate level.

Applications can be submitted at any time and will be reviewed as received. Applications must be submitted using Interfolio & include: Cover letter addressed to Brian S. Schwartz, MD, MS, Chair of Faculty Search Committee, CV, a statement outlining research and teaching interests, contact information of 3 references, & a statement of demonstrated commitment to inclusion, diversity, anti-racism, and equity in scholarship, teaching, policy, and practice, and ways to continue to foster and promote these principles as a member of the faculty.

Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students; we strongly encourage women and persons from underrepresented minorities to apply.
ORISE epi position at US EPA
Full time post masters or postdoc. See details in link:
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