Open Rank of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Addictions - req# 9896
Open Rank of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Addictions
|Hiring Department||Psych Addictions (451D)|
|Academic Location||School of Medicine|
|Benefits Eligible||The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Benefits home page for more information.|
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine is seeking a clinical faculty researcher, suitable for appointment at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the tenure-track, with a research program focused upon substance use, to join our Addictions Division. Primary faculty appointment will be in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Salary and academic rank will be commensurate with experience and academic background.
Research goals for this position will include (1) understanding the causes and consequences of substance use, and the myriad health, behavioral, and social problems with which it intersects, (2) emphasis on the development, refinement, and evaluation of interventions to reduce or prevent substance use, and (3) informing public policy, risk reduction strategies, and service provision by public and non-profit entities. The successful candidate will be expected to (1) engage in transdisciplinary research with faculty, psychiatry residents, and psychology interns that brings together multiple areas and perspectives, and thus bridges traditional scientific and structural barriers, and (2) study substance use as it intersects with other health, behavioral, and social problems. The successful candidate will be expected to work with well-established researchers with strong records of collaborative cross-disciplinary research on substance use. We are particularly interested in candidates who study these questions in diverse contexts or in diverse or vulnerable populations. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain productive, federally funded research programs in relevant areas, and will be expected to demonstrate medical student, psychology intern, postdoctoral, resident and fellow instructional effectiveness within a diverse student body.
The University of New Mexico is well-situated to foster transdisciplinary research in substance use with substance use research occurring across many departments and Centers, including the Health Sciences Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Neurosciences, and Internal Medicine, the College of Population Health, the Department of Psychology, the UNM Health Sciences Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC), The UNM Health Sciences Transdisciplinary Research, Equity and Engagement Center for Advancing Behavioral Health (TREE Center), the UNM Health Sciences Alcohol Research Center, and the UNM Center on Alcohol, Substance Use and Addictions (CASAA). These departments and Centers offer resources for the study of behavioral and pharmacologic treatments, clinical trials including pharmacological clinical trials, neuroimaging, mechanisms of change, and rural and underserved populations.
A complete application will include a cover letter addressing each of the minimum and preferred qualifications and describing the applicant’s current research program, accomplishments and future goals; a current CV; copies of representative publications; and the names, addresses and contact information for three professional references.
For Additional Information Contact:
Kathleen Y. Haaland, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
|For Best Consideration||For best consideration, please apply by 10/15/2019. This position will remain open until filled.|
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