Implementation Science Core Faculty, Assistant or Associate Professor, Brown University

Mar 20,2021 | Consortium_staff Job Opportunities

Location: Providence, RI

The Implementation Science Core within the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior within the Alpert Medical School of Brown University is seeking applications for an Assistant of Associate Professor faculty position.

The Implementation Science Core in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior was launched in 2018 and collaborates with the other Cores within the Department, including the Quantitative Science Program (QSP) and Qualitative Science and Methods Training Program (QSMTP), to foster the translation, spread, and scale-up of evidence-based practices into routine clinical care. The Implementation Science Core provides three key services to the broad Brown University Community: Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) science consultation; grant preparation guidance and serving as expert Co-Investigators/Mentors; and D&I-focused educational activities. Consultation services include regular office hours for one-on-one mentorship indissemination and implementation (D&I) science models, theories and frameworks to guide studies and  qualitative and quantitative methods specific to D&I science research questions. Implementation Science Core faculty may also provide individual grant preparation consultation/serve as expert Co-Investigators or Mentors on both NIH R-type or NIH/VA Career Development Awards focused on implementation science. Finally, core faculty provide D&I workshop trainings, including a six-week fundamentals of D&I science series, intermediate D&I intensive workshop courses, D&I educational activities for pre-doctoral (clinical psychology residents) and post-doctoral trainings (T32 fellows), and coordination of Grand Rounds lectures from renowned D&I scientists from across the country.

The Faculty member will also be expected to spend 50% effort on scholarly productivity, including building an independent program of research and pursuing independent grant funding.


The successful candidate must have extensive experience in implementation science, through specific training, conduct of federally-sponsored research, teaching, and through first- and senior-authored publications focused on implementation science. Minimum requirements include a doctoral degree (e.g. Ph.D., M.D.) and substantial experience and training in dissemination and implementation science. It is preferred that the candidate’s training and research experience focus on health services research, clinical psychology, public health, behavioral health science, social work, psychology, or related fields.

For more information and to apply, view the job posting.