Post-Doctoral Research Associate (Implementation Science), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Start date(s): July 2020 Deadline: Priority will be given to candidates that apply by January 1, 2020.
As the area of pharmacy seeks to implement new programs and evidence-based practices in research, health care, education, and innovation, it is important to build a solid theoretical, methodological, and scientific foundation to inform efforts in these areas. Implementation science is emerging as an important way to systematically implement and scale pharmacy transformation efforts. The Center for Medication Optimization (CMO) aspires to build capacity in implementation science through the education and training of the next generation of implementation scientists in pharmacy and health care.
The CMO Implementation Science Fellowship aims to educate and train a prospective academic faculty member to become a scholar and educator in implementation science at the intersection of pharmacy practice and policy. The program will provide opportunities to broaden his/her experience through working in a research-intensive academic environment committed to developing leaders in pharmacy practice transformation. Graduates of the fellowship program will be well positioned for a productive career in academia or other research organizations.
This two-year fellowship will be based at UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy in the Center for Medication Optimization (CMO). The fellow will be involved in several grant funded research projects. Additionally, the fellow will have the opportunity to pursue relevant courses offered at the University of North Carolina.
Candidate must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited program.
Qualifications and Experience
Preference will be given to candidates who have prior research experience and a strong interest in applied research methods.
For more information and to apply, view the job posting.