The Division of Cardiovascular Sciences supports research to advance understanding of and interventions for promoting heart and vascular health across the lifespan. It also supports, plans, and conducts research and supports training in the epidemiology of cardiovascular disease and collaborates with other Divisions on lung, blood diseases, and sleep disorders. Studies are conducted to identify temporal trends and population patterns in disease risk factors, prevalence, incidence, and mortality and include large single- and multi-center observational cohort studies.
Multiple Health Scientist Administrator positions are available in the Epidemiology Branch for doctoral trained scientists with cardiovascular disease expertise across the lifespan. Ideal candidates will have an outstanding record of research accomplishments and experience with clinical- and/or population-based observational studies in cardiovascular epidemiology with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to develop and oversee complex research programs. Desired expertise includes, but is not limited to, data science, precision medicine, clinical informatics, health disparities, social epidemiology, and women’s health.
For additional information about these positions, please contact, Yuling Hong, MD, PhD, Chief, Epidemiology Branch.