Tenure Track Faculty Positions - Division of Healthcare Delivery Science and Innovation
Tenure Track Faculty Positions
Division of Healthcare Delivery Science and Innovation
Department of Healthcare Policy & Research
Weill Cornell Medicine
Healthcare Delivery Science and Innovation is a new division within the Department of Healthcare Policy & Research, the flagship health services research department of Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. This new division, which is directed by Said A. Ibrahim, MD, MPH, MBA, envisions housing a cadre of MD and/or PhD healthcare investigators dedicated to careers in health services research focusing on healthcare delivery sciences, healthcare innovation and health equity. Of particular interest are fellowship-trained junior faculty committed to pursue research at the intersection of social determinants of health and health care innovation/technology. Faculty in this division will leverage the burgeoning status of New York City as the epicenter of healthcare innovation as well as a number of academic healthcare affiliates/collaborators on the Upper East Side of Manhattan including Cornell Tech, the Hospital for Special Surgery, and NewYork-Presbyterian, the premier healthcare system in New York City.
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The division seeks faculty members at the assistant, associate, or full professor level. Candidates should have a PhD or/and an MD with additional graduate training (e.g. MPH, MS, MBA, or fellowship training) and a commitment to pursue tenure track healthcare research in one or more of the following or related areas: healthcare innovation, healthcare technology, healthcare delivery sciences, population health, global healthcare innovation, digital health, social media and big data applications in healthcare delivery and innovation, integration of behavioral health and medical care, impact of healthcare innovation on health equity, measuring racial/gender/ethnic/socioeconomic status variations in healthcare access, utilization, experience, and outcomes.