The Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH) is seeking a full-time, non-tenure eligible Research Assistant Professor in the area of implementation science in HIV research. The candidate will be a highly motivated and collaborative researcher with expertise in applying implementation research methods to HIV content areas, such as using implementation science frameworks to identify barriers and facilitators of implementing HIV prevention and/or care interventions in health department and/or HIV service organization settings, testing the effectiveness of implementation strategies, operationalizing and measuring implementation outcomes, and disseminating and scaling up evidence-based HIV interventions.

The candidate will join a rich, collaborative environment with other scientists at Feinberg School of Medicine, will be affiliated with ISGMH, and can select another academic department to be affiliated with. They will also join the Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (Third Coast CFAR) as a member of the Behavioral, Social, and Implementation Science (BSIS) Core, through which they will provide implementation science support and technical assistance to CFAR faculty.

View the flyer for the position.