Brown University
Center for Statistical Sciences

Assistant/Associate Professor Community Health (Research)
Search Number FM575

One Assistant or Associate Professor (Research) position in Biostatistics, is available in the Department of Community Health, Brown Medical School.  The position will be based at the Center for Statistical Sciences.  This appointment is on the research track, could begin as early as Spring 2002, and will be made for an initial 3-year period.  Research track appointments are renewable based on performance and availability of funds. Candidates should have completed all requirements for a doctorate in Biostatistics or Statistics by the beginning of their appointment.  Strong potential for methodologic research in Biostatistics and for collaborative research in the biomedical sciences, excellent oral and written communication skills required.  The new faculty will be expected to develop an independent research program in biostatistical methodology and to become involved in collaborative research at the Center and the Medical School.  The new faculty will also have the opportunity to teach Biostatistics and advise graduate students.  Postdoctoral
training and work experience would be preferred for all candidates.  Several years of work experience and productivity and a strong track record in research are required for candidates for the rank of Associate Professor.

Interested applicants should forward a letter of application, an updated curriculum vitae and 3 letters of recommendation to:

Constantine Gatsonis
Director, Center for Statistical Sciences
Box G-H, Brown University
Providence RI 02912

Application review started on December 1, 2001 and will continue until a successful candidate is selected or the search is closed.

Brown University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer and actively solicits applications from women, minorities and protected persons.

For more information, please contact Constantine Gatsonis, Ph.D.  E-mail: gatsonis@stat.brown.edu Phone: 401-863-9183.