Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS) Announcements

Posted: 9/26/2017 ()

CSDE is an institutional member of the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS), which posts notices of job, funding, and training opportunities as well as calls for submissions for conferences, prizes, and journals; workshops, webinars, and conferences; and new publications on is announcemenst page. Some of the latest announcements are available below.

CSDE also makes available a limited number of memberships in IAPHS, offered free to students enrolled in demography training. An announcement will be made in February 2018 if more memberships become available.

New Bio-Social Post-Doctoral Training at UNC

Apply by October 15 2017 for From Biological to Social Processes: Interdisciplinary Training in Life Course Research — a new Bio-Social Training Program that aims to promote and support interdisciplinary training of Post-doctoral scholars from both the social sciences and biological/health sciences. Trainees will have the opportunity to receive interdisciplinary mentorship and training in a wide array of content areas, ranging from social inequalities to biological processes. Training will begin January 2018. NICHD funded.

Professor and Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs

The Dornsife School of Public Health Drexel University seeks a dynamic and innovative leader to serve as Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs. The Associate Dean will oversee a comprehensive portfolio of educational programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels, ensuring their excellence and adherence to accreditation standards. Application review will commence October 1. Applications will be received until a successful candidate is accepted.

Please check out the other¬†announcements on the IAPHS Announcements page and post the opportunities you’d like to have them publicize at https://iaphs.org/tools/announcements/submit-an-announcement/.

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