Faculty Positions in Cancer Epidemiology Rank (Open): Research Professor The Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, on the Indianapolis campus, is recruiting several cancer epidemiologists with a track record of peer-reviewed funding and a currently active research program in cutting edge areas such as molecular and genetic epidemiology of cancer, to 1) build the IU Simon Cancer Center research program in cancer epidemiology and to 2) provide epidemiological consultation to other cancer researchers. The faculty rank for these positions is open and will be determined based on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidates. Qualified applicants will have an international reputation in molecular and genetic epidemiology, especially with expertise in genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and post-GWAS research with functional characterization and bioinformatics annotation. Responsibilities will include 1) conducting an active and peer-review funded research program, 2) collaborating with other faculty principally on the Indianapolis campus, and 3) providing epidemiological consultation service to other investigators and clinicians at the IU Simon Cancer Center. The investigators in the IU Simon Cancer Center have faculty appointments in the IU School of Medicine, School of Nursing, as well as the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health. Faculty members of the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health routinely collaborate with faculty in the IU School of Medicine, the country's second largest medical school, which is internationally recognized for excellence in research and teaching. There are many resources and collaborators on the Indianapolis campus that contribute to our successes in cancer research. The IU Simon Cancer Center is an NCI designated center with an expanding program in population sciences. The Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, funded by NIH, is a national leader in the development of translational research. The Regenstrief Institute is world renowned for its work in health informatics and healthcare research. The Fairbanks School of Public Health has well-established and expanding collaborations with each of these groups and with many others. For faculty carrying out laboratory-based research, there are state-of-the-art laboratories available in the new cancer research building. Review of applications for these positions will continue until filled. We are committed to building a diverse faculty and welcome applications from minorities and women. The salary and compensation is nationally competitive and commensurate with rank and experience, including an attractive benefits package. Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana and the country's 11th largest city. It is large enough to play host to the Indianapolis 500 (largest single-day sporting event in the world) and the 2012 Super Bowl, but small enough to personify small-town charm. Indianapolis offers superb cultural, educational, sports, and dining opportunities. Residents enjoy an extremely competitive cost of living, short commute times, and high quality of life. Applicants should submit a cover letter summarizing their research funding and related experience; a copy of their curriculum vitae; and names with contact information for at least three references. Electronic submission of all application materials is preferred and should be sent to the attention of Amanda Baldwin, Financial Services Coordinator for Administration and Finance, IU Fairbanks School of Public Health at firstname.lastname@example.org Inquiries about the position may be sent to Dr. Jiali Han, Chair, Department of Epidemiology at email@example.com. Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution M/F/D.