Research

Dr. Jeremy Hess, professor in Emergency Medicine as well as Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Global Health, and the director of the Population Health Research Fellowship in the Department of Emergency Medicine, is seeking seek an outstanding Post-Doctoral Scholar to work on evaluating several climate change health adaptation efforts. The Scholar will work in theĀ Center for Health and the Global Environment (CHanGE), which Hess directs.

The work will require a wide range of qualitative skills including data collection related to programmatic elements and activities, data linkage to facilitate epidemiological analyses, implementation science framework development and analysis of program implementation, and translation of practice evidence into policy guidance. The position, which will remain open until filled, and information on how to apply can be foundĀ here.