Michigan State University, Department of Medicine, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine is seeking a PhD at the Assistant Professor level. The candidate would have a PhD or equivalent degree in a field leading to expertise in the area of environmental and occupational exposure assessment and analysis. Activities of the person would be to conduct exposure assessments for epidemiologic studies, conduct workplace investigations of fatalities and non-fatal injuries and illnesses and perform workplace/community based risk assessments. Given the land grant status of MSU and its strong agricultural research structure and extension service, the candidate will also have the opportunity to apply their skills to trans boundary animal diseases (TADs), disease outbreaks (epidemics), pathogen transfer between herds, prevention of endemic status within newly infected herds, and zoonotic disease transfer.
To apply for this position, visit our web site at: https://jobs.msu.edu and search for posting #4692. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate pool is identified. If you have any questions please contact Kenneth Rosenman MD, Chief of the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 909 Fee Road, Room 117 West Fee, East Lansing, Michigan 48824 or by email: email@example.com.
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