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JOB DESCRIPTION AND POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health (Tenure-Track) – Division of Addiction Psychiatry
The Penn State College Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, in Hershey, PA is seeking candidates for a full-time, tenure-eligible Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. Eligible candidates will have a doctoral degree (PhD and/or MD, DO) with substantial clinical and research experience studying the clinical translation, implementation, and dissemination of treatments for substance use disorders. Successful applicants should possess clinical research expertise, demonstrated by a track record of current funded projects and peer-reviewed articles related to studies of substance use disorders.
This position will be supported jointly with the Penn State Consortium on Substance Use and Addiction (CSUA) and will participate in the Penn State Addiction Center for Translation. This position will complement the CSUA’s existing faculty and resources across the clinical translational spectrum by providing an expert collaborator for real-world translation of preclinical findings, for extending the already existing strong implementation science in prevention medicine at Penn State into prevention in clinical populations, and for collaborating with social and community-focused research that aims to inform dissemination strategies for at-risk populations. The proposed hire will join the Addiction Division in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, comprised of clinician-scientists, clinicians, and basic researchers in substance use disorders.
The Addiction Division of the Penn State Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health has a diverse funding base and conducts research across the clinical translational spectrum. Faculty in the department work collaboratively with colleagues in the College of Medicine, as well as across the University and within the community. The Division has established fruitful research and educational collaborations with several addiction treatment and prevention programs in Central Pennsylvania. With Penn State’s commitment to and investment in research on addictive disorders, this position is an outstanding opportunity for an early-career or seasoned leader in the field.
The Penn State College of Medicine is located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, within several hours of New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Central Pennsylvania is known for its natural beauty, low cost of living and diverse experiences. The area boasts easy access to a variety of activities including everything from family fun, chocolate and roller coasters to outdoor activities, local music and farm-to-table food. Hershey is next door to the state capital, Harrisburg, historic Lancaster, and Gettysburg.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of introduction and CV.
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