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Tenure-track Faculty Position: Public Mental and Behavioral Health

The Department of Mental Health of the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health is accepting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with experience and dedication to public health approaches to behavioral and mental health. Particular disciplines of high priority include psychiatric or neurological epidemiology, prevention science, quantitative methods, and mental health services or policy.

The Department of Mental Health (DMH) is the only department dedicated to mental health in a school of public health in the country. We enjoy strong connections to each of the other departments within the Bloomberg School of Public Health (SPH) and across the Johns Hopkins University (JHU). We bring together leading researchers across multiple disciplines joined by their passion for understanding, preventing, and treating mental health and substance use disorders. Faculty, students and community health leaders in Mental Health are dedicated to educating the next generation of public health workers and scientists about the importance of mental health, the specific skills needed to address public mental health issues and the integration of mental and physical health. Learn more...

 

Bloomberg American Health Initiative—Addiction and Overdose
Assistant Professor

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health seeks to improve the health of people across the nation and around the world by working to understand and address addiction and overdose in all its forms. Through the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, we are seeking a tenure-track faculty member who seeks insight and pursues action to prevent or address the impact of addiction and overdose in the United States. Applicants may focus their scholarship in any area related to addiction and overdose including (but not limited to) epidemiology, prevention of overdose, harm reduction, drug treatment, opiate policy and prescribing, opioid policy, and criminal justice reform as it relates to addiction and overdose. Scholarship may focus on clarifying the health and social impact of addiction and overdose, developing and evaluating innovative interventions, or other substantive contributions to the field. Experts in a broad range of disciplines are encouraged to apply, including (but not limited to) epidemiology, social and behavioral sciences, health policy, health services, community-based research, and addiction medicine. We specifically seek candidates committed to cross-disciplinary, collaborative research.  Learn more...

 

Bloomberg American Health Initiative—Addiction and Overdose
Associate Professor or Full Professor

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health seeks to improve the health of people across the nation and around the world by working to understand and address addiction and overdose in all its forms. Through the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, we are seeking multiple tenured or tenure-track faculty who seek insight and pursue action to prevent or address the impact of addiction and overdose in the United States. Applicants may focus their scholarship in any area related to addiction and overdose including (but not limited to) epidemiology, prevention of overdose, harm reduction, drug treatment, opiate policy and prescribing, opioid policy, and criminal justice reform as it relates to addiction and overdose. Scholarship may focus on clarifying the health and social impact of addiction and overdose, developing and evaluating innovative interventions, or other substantive contributions to the field. Experts in a broad range of disciplines are encouraged to apply, including (but not limited to) epidemiology, social and behavioral sciences, health policy, health services, community-based research, and addiction medicine. We specifically seek candidates committed to cross-disciplinary, collaborative research. Learn more...