New tenure-track job opportunity in Digital Health and Marginalized Populations at Concordia University, offered with a prestigious Canada Research Chair award (Tier 2) with an exceptionally competitive salary and start-up package.
TENURE-TRACK CANADA RESEARCH CHAIR (TIER II) IN DIGITAL HEALTH AND MARGINALIZED POPULATIONS
Concordia University, Montréal, Québec, Canada
Job title: Canada Research Chair Tier II in Digital Health and Marginalized Populations
Application deadline: October 22, 2021
This tenure-track position is for a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Canada Research Chair Tier II (see full posting for exceptions) in Connected Digital Health to Transform Health-Equity among Marginalized Populations. The area of connected digital health is an emerging strength at Concordia and a key component to precision health by providing reliable, efficient, and accessible approaches to measure health-related psychophysiological processes and outcomes and to deliver services. This position is at the intersection of three domains: (i) digital health, (ii) marginalized populations, and (iii) psychophysiology.
Candidates who innovatively create and implement empirical, state-of-the-art digital health applications with marginalized populations are strongly encouraged to apply.