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Community Health Educator

The Community Health Educator will provide culturally tailored, linguistically appropriate information to appropriate Spanish-speaking communities, thus enhancing the cancer center's reach and impact on cancer inequities and disparities historically observed in vulnerable populations. This position will focus on activities within the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center as well as community health education activities related to other population health and health equity programs and initiatives.

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UCSF K Scholars Program Director

The Clinical and Translational Science Training (CTST) program is seeking a new Director to help lead the K Scholars Program at UCSF. The K Scholars Program supports the career development of approximately 80 junior faculty building careers in clinical and translational research and funded by institutional (KL2, K12) or external (NIH K) career development awards. The program is based in the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and is funded by the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS), the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, and Pharmacy. The K Scholars Program provides an academically invigorating and supportive environment for junior faculty at UCSF and affiliated institutions (UC Berkeley, UC Davis, and the Kaiser Department of Research). Scholars receive mentorship and guidance from outstanding program faculty, all of whom are successful clinical and translational researchers with expertise in epidemiology, biostatistics, implementation sciences, scientific writing, and career mentoring.The Program Director is assisted by two Associate Program Directors, a Senior Program Manager, and a Program Coordinator.

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TRANSPERS Program Manager/Researcher

We are looking for a Program Manager/Researcher for the UCSF Center for Translational and Policy Research on Precision Medicine (TRANSPERS), founded a decade ago and currently funded with a large 5-year NIH grant. Our work focuses on implementation of emerging technologies with an emphasis on precision medicine, access to care and equity, insurance coverage, cost-effectiveness, and systematic evidence review. The incumbent will work on highly topical, policy-relevant research projects with a worldwide, highly regarded team of researchers as well as interface with health insurers, industry, government, and policy leaders. Duties involve (1) project management and (2) research support, with an opportunity to also conduct health policy research. We are flexible about how the position is structured. Depending on the applicant, the position could be focused on program management only or also include research, part- or full-time, remote or hybrid, short or long-term. Expertise in precision medicine is not required but applicants should have related interests/expertise. There are two postings: Academic Program Manager Officer 3 (research emphasis) requisition number 71148BR here; Project Policy Analyst 3 requisition number 71146 BR here.

All of Us Program Manager

The Program Manager will work closely with the Principal Investigator and team of clinical research coordinators and be responsible for the programmatic, administrative, and day-to-day management of this important, national study. This is a 100% FTE hybrid, contract position, to include some remote work and some on-site work at UCSF Mission Bay Campus, and other UCSF campuses possible.
 
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Data Manager

Megan Morris's group is looking for a data analyst experienced with management and analysis of clustered data, who will perform statistical and data management efforts for an upcoming National Institute of Drug Abuse-sponsored randomized controlled trial of a behavioral intervention to improve curative treatment for hepatitis C virus infection. This will include developing, managing, and troubleshooting databases for quantitative survey data, electronic health record data, and serological testing data.

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Co-Director, Spring NIH F & K Grant Writing Workshop (EPI258B)

EPI258B is designed to provide doctoral students and fellows with training on the preparation of a NIH Fellowship or Career Development Award application in a structured environment. The course covers funding mechanisms, NIH submission and review procedures, charting out a timeline for writing and assembling all grant components, and writing each component of the grant application. Co-Director responsibilities include attending sessions once per week on Wednesdays from 10:10-12 p. m. between April 5 - June 7, grading 6 homework assignments each week, meeting with the course director for 30 minutes per week, and giving 2 lectures (with existing lecture materials). Candidates for this role must have experience with F and K award submissions (as an applicant and/or mentor). If interested, please send your CV to Erin Van Blarigan.

Epidemiologist

The overall focus of SF-CATCH, a CDC-funded COVID-19 Health Disparities Grant, for which UCSF has a subcontract with SFDPH, is to transform public health by addressing COVID-19-related health disparities and advancing health equity by SFDPH capacity and services to prevent and control COVID-19 infection among populations at higher risk and that are underserved.

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Director of Public-Private Partnerships, Implementation Science Training Program

The UCSF Implementation Science Training Program is currently seeking applications from UCSF faculty for an Associate Director for Public-Private Partnerships. As a part-time position with 15% FTE for two years, the incumbent will support the Implementation Science Training Program in developing curriculum in ImS, relevant for private sector organizations interested in incorporating ImS methods into their programs.

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