And for more information on how PostDoctoral positions fit in with the academic model within QBS, please see this document.
Assistant or Associate Professor
The Department of Epidemiology within the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, and the Dartmouth Cancer Center invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant or Associate Professor. We seek applicants to lead an independent, innovative research program in cancer epidemiology, including but not limited to cancer prevention, etiology, early detection, survivorship, health disparities, molecular epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, or lifestyle/behavioral research. Dartmouth Cancer Center offers a dynamic and interactive environment with a commitment to research excellence. The faculty appointment will be in the Department of Epidemiology, with membership in the Cancer Population Sciences research program. Please see the full ad, with instructions for application submission, here.
T32 Postdoctoral Training Program for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences in Cancer
The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth invites applications for a postdoctoral training and career development program designed to cross-train scientists in the fields of bioinformatics, biostatistics and epidemiology for cancer research in the biomedical sciences. The Training Program for Quantitative Population Sciences in Cancer at Dartmouth is supported by the Cancer Education and Career Development program of the National Cancer Institute. Trainees with doctorates in diverse biomedical sciences will choose a secondary focus area among the three core disciplines and participate in a combination of structured, group learning activities and individually designed mentored research opportunities. Stipends and course tuition are provided, and certificates and MS degrees in quantitative disciplines are available.Applicants must possess a PhD, combination PhD/MD, or MD degree. Applicants with a PhD in one of the three core disciplines (bioinformatics, biostatistics, and epidemiology) are encouraged to apply for the purpose of receiving training in one of the other two disciplines. Highly qualified applicants with doctoral degrees in other biomedical sciences or in clinical medicine are also eligible and are encouraged to apply. Candidates who are current or former PIs on NIH Small Grants (RO3s) or Exploratory/Developmental Grants (R21s) are eligible. Individuals appointed to the program must be citizens or non-citizen nationals of the United States (U.S.), or must have been lawfully admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence. Individuals on temporary visas are not eligible. Candidates are appointed for at least 2 years and can be supported for up to 3 years with the possibility to take courses or receiving funding towards an MS degree through Quantitative Biomedical Sciences Graduate program at Dartmouth. PIs in the program lead research efforts in lifecourse epidemiology, molecular epidemiology, biostatistical and bioinformatics methods development, statistical network analysis, clinical trial design, longitudinal with intensive monitoring, statistical imaging, biomedical informatics, genomics, epigenomics, microbiome, and genome-wide association studies. The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth is an academic institution located in Lebanon and Hanover, New Hampshire, in the Upper Connecticut River Valley, with easy access to New England mountains, lakes, and coastal regions. Home to community offering excellent schools, lively arts, and unmatched quality of life in a beautiful, rural setting.Submissions should include a letter describing the background and interests of the candidate, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for three references. Applicant materials should be emailed to: QPSC@Dartmouth.Edu. Geisel School of Medicine is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, veterans or any other legally protected group.
The following internal funding opportunities are available for students and postdocs affiliated with the department
Burroughs Wellcome Fund Program
The Dartmouth Big Data in the Life Sciences Training Program aims to develop a cadre of researchers engaging in true synergistic collaboration between quantitative and basic biomedical sciences.The program provides support for select students enrolled in any of the biomedical sciences graduate programs at Dartmouth. Selection into this competitive program is through application prior to the 2nd year of matriculation. The program provides student tuition and stipend support, as well as opportunities for computational resources and travel. Students or mentors interested in learning more about the program should contact Drs. Whitfield (Michael.L.Whitfield@Dartmouth.edu) or Christensen (Brock.C.Christensen@dartmouth.edu). For more information see the QBS website.
Department Travel Award
To promote our education and training mission, funds for travel to scientific conferences will be awarded to one student / trainee per term of up to $1,000 for a stateside meeting, and up to $2,000 for an international meeting. Priority will be given to QBS PhD students and those who have not previously received this award. Applications will be reviewed for merit on a rolling basis until an award is made. We are currently accepting applications for this Winter Term, Spring '23 and Summer '23.
To be considered for an award, applicants must:
- Be a student or post-doctoral fellow mentored or co-mentored by a faculty member holding a primary or secondary appointment in the Department of Epidemiology
- Submit an abstract for a scientific conference as the presenter of the abstract
- Provide a brief letter of recommendation
- Send application items to department (email@example.com)
Dr. Robert W. McCollum Medical Student Scholarship in Epidemiology
Robert W. McCollum, MD, passed away on Monday, September 13, 2010, after a long and influential career as Dean of Dartmouth Medical School, professor, doctor of medicine, father, and husband. He influenced many young doctors in their pursuit of science and inspired the best in those around him. His contributions to understanding the patho-physiology of polio, infectious mononucleosis, and hepatitis B infection were seminal in the fields of infectious diseases and epidemiology. In honor of his life and his achievements, The Geisel School of Medicine is proud to offer the Dr. Robert McCollum Medical Student Scholarship in Epidemiology for Geisel Medical School students seeking a research opportunity or to attend conferences to present their research to further their careers. Please fill out this application and follow the included instructions to apply.