Associate Professor or Professor

Stony Brook University Cancer Center

Associate Professor or Professor

Required Qualifications: The successful candidate must have a PhD or MD with advanced training and significant contributions to population research in the area of cancer, solid record of publication in the area of cancer with evidence of an independent research experience that includes a strong track record of independent investigator peer-reviewed NIH or similar funding, and demonstrated interest and ability in teaching and mentoring. The candidate must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively with investigators in other disciplines.

Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates with a track record of high quality national and/or international collaborative research, demonstrated success of community collaborations to accomplish their research goals, and expertise in cancer prevention and cancer care research in underserved populations. Preference will be for candidates with a demonstrated ability or strong potential to build a program in Population Science.

Responsibilities & Requirements: The Department of Family Population and Preventive Medicine Stony Brook Medicine and the Stony Brook Cancer Center are seeking a Population Health Scientist at the rank of Associate/Full Professor to serve as the Associate Director for Population Science within the Stony Brook Cancer Center.

Applicants with a strong track record of extramural funding as principal investigator are strongly encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will have served as part of an interdisciplinary research team at an NCI designated Cancer Center conducting collaborative research in any of the areas of cancer etiology, population science, control, prevention and survivorship. Eligible candidates may have particular experience in behavioral psycho-oncology, epidemiology, cancer screening, nutrition, survivorship or related fields. Experience conducting community engaged cancer related research and population science relevant to underserved populations is desirable.

The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain an independent extramurally funded population science research program in the area of cancer, engage with the community, mentor junior faculty, participate in teaching.

Special Notes: This is a tenure track position.

Application Procedure: Those interested in this position should submit their curriculum vitae to:

Population Health Scientist Search Committee c/o: Ms. Christine Linneman Stony Brook Cancer Center Office of Finance and Administration Mail Code 8550 Stony Brook, NY 11794-8550 Fax: 631-520-2543


For a full position description, or application procedure, visit: (Ref# F-9869-18-02)