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Assistant Professor - INVEST - Northeastern University, Boston, MA

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  • Assistant Professor - INVEST - Northeastern University, Boston, MA

    Bouvé College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University invites applications for multiple, cross-disciplinary tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning academic years 2023-24 or 2024-25. These positions are part of the new university INVEST initiative to hire brilliant faculty across all demographics of society. Candidates who are completing their PhD or at an early stage of their postdoctoral training are encouraged to apply to these innovative tenure-track faculty appointments.

    The research areas for these new positions are open to candidates studying topics across the many diverse disciplines within the broad umbrella of health sciences. Some of the broad categories of research currently being done at the three schools within Bouvé College participating in this hiring opportunity are listed here:
    • School of Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences: Cognitive & Brain Health, Medical Sciences, Movement, Rehabilitation, Motor control, Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation, Biomechanics, Mechanobiology, Musculoskeletal Disorders, Sports Performance, Speech
    INVEST Candidates will be expected to utilize data-driven and theory-based approaches, including advanced quantitative methods, to illuminate issues in public health or health care. Opportunities to collaborate with scholars and/or affiliate across colleges are available in diverse disciplines across our global campuses and many institutes, such as the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute, Institute of Race and Justice, the Health in Justice Action Lab, the Institute of Health Equity and Social Justice Research, the Global Resilience Institute, among others. This faculty member will have opportunities to teach across the department’s undergraduate and graduate programs.

    More details can be found here: