The Department of Health Care Policy (HCP) at Harvard Medical School is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer; women and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply. HCP offers a collegial and dynamic work environment with many opportunities for professional development.
Marshall J. Seidman Fellow in Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School
The Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School has an opening for a non-tenure-track faculty appointment as a Marshall J. Seidman Fellow. The Seidman Fellow will hold a research associate appointment in the Department of Health Care Policy. The fellow will advance their analytic skills and publication record through informal training and extensive collaboration with Department faculty on research projects. The Fellow will also have access to unique data assets stored at the Department of Health Care Policy. The Fellow will receive dedicated mentorship from specific faculty advisors, with the expectation that their time as a Fellow will advance their career development. The Fellow will work primarily with one economist faculty member on projects spanning a number of topics, including adverse selection in health insurance markets and the economics of the Medicaid program. The expectation is that this will be a two-year appointment that will prepare the Fellow for successful placement in an academic tenure-track appointment at major research university or that will provide a candidate who has deferred an appointment with an opportunity to engage collaborate with Harvard Faculty on high-quality research projects prior to starting their permanent position.
Qualifications include a Ph.D. in economics, health policy, public policy, health services research, or a related field; experience in health economics research and deep understanding of economic concepts; strong writing and oral presentation skills; and strong skills in data management and analysis, including experience with large data sets.
Harvard is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The application due date is November 30, 2018. Materials include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and job market paper. Please have at least three potential references submit letters directly. All materials and recommendation letters to be submitted directly to Ivanna Pena at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Mental Health Services Research
The Division of Health Policy Research and Education at Harvard University offers advanced training in mental health services and policy research to individuals who have already completed all requirements for PhD, MD, or other relevant doctoral degrees in economics, sociology, psychology, social work, psychiatry, public health or other related fields. This training is supported by the National Institute of Mental Health under the National Research Service Award programs. Fellows accepted for enrollment enter the program for periods of up to two years, depending on the nature of their chosen areas of interest and the time required for the kind of project activity they identify in conjunction with a program mentor. U.S. citizenship or permanent residency is required.
Training emphases are the organization, financing, utilization, quality and political analysis of mental health care. The program provides experience in a well-funded research environment with excellent opportunities for faculty collaboration and publication. We have funding for two post-docs each year. Pre-doctoral training grants in mental health services research are also available through the Harvard PhD Program in Health Policy (www.healthpolicy.fas.harvard.edu). Harvard University seeks to find, develop, promote, and retain the world’s best scholars. Harvard is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from minority candidates, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged.
We encourage the submission of applications by November 15, 2018, and applications should be emailed to Kim Mc Dougall at email@example.com
Applications should consist of the following items:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of Purpose (up to two double-spaced pages)
- Three recommendations (should be emailed to Kim Mc Dougall by the recommender)
Applicants may include selected other material such as copies of one or two representative publications or working papers.
For further information, please contact: Kim Mc Dougall (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Haiden Huskamp, PhD (email@example.com), 30th Anniversary Professor of Health Care Policy.
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All interested candidates must submit a resume through the online system located at jobs.harvard.edu in order to be considered for an open position. Candidates may also send their resume and the names of three references to:
Department of Health Care Policy
Harvard Medical School
180 Longwood Avenue, Door A
Boston, MA 02115-5899
Email: Sarah Chambers
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