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The planned and emergent intervention studies to be incubated by the network will meet specified criteria to be developed, including 1) being grounded in the life course health sciences that are demonstrating that many of the pathways to health and disease have their origins in the early part of the life course and are highly susceptible to the influence of social and environmental experiences and exposures, and 2) addressing one or more of the priorities identified in the Life Course Intervention Research Agenda (LCIRA) to be developed under the project. The collaborating research entities that will be part of the network will be comprised of some of the country¡¦s most innovative and important investigators who are doing path breaking work with the potential to substantially improve the health and development of children and families.
The position offers the right candidate a substantial career building opportunity to be a part of the design and implementation of a wide variety of studies, to produce multiple peer-reviewed publications, and to potentially pursue his or her own research, as well as to work with some of the country’s leading experts.
PhD/doctorate in a related field (e.g., public health, developmental psychology) and a minimum 5 years post-doctoral work experience. High degree of familiarity with the life course health sciences (i.e., the research connecting the dots between early life experience and lifelong health and wellbeing, including the life course health development model and related frameworks and supporting evidence from the fields of medicine, public health, sociology, psychology, economics, and more). Prior experience and demonstrated success in acquiring funding (including RO1) for, designing, and conducting intervention research studies. Significant history of relevant peer-reviewed and other publications.
Prior experience and demonstrated skill in project and personnel management and leadership of intervention research. Strong knowledge of policies and procedures related to human subjects research.
Preferred: Minimum of 1 year of experience with direct employee and volunteer supervision, including recruitment, training, assignment of job duties and performance reviews as applicable. Broad-based working knowledge of UCLA systems and policies and sponsor policies including pre and post award, financial ledgers, purchasing and travel.PhD/doctorate in a related field (e.g., public health, developmental psychology) strongly preferred