The University of Southern Maine's (USM) Cutler Institute is pleased to announce an opening of a full-time grant-funded position of Research Associate I (Epidemiologist). The Research Associate I works with a team of USM epidemiologists, led by USM faculty members, dedicated to building public health surveillance and epidemiology capacity at USM and the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC, the state's public health agency). The Research Associate I is responsible for aspects of creating, implementing, and sustaining systems for public health surveillance within the Maine CDC. This includes assessing the burden and trends of health-related outcomes, including morbidity, mortality, natality, cancer incidence, and risk/protective factors in the general population and among sub-populations. In addition, the RA I will collaborate on epidemiologic and evaluation studies in program-specific areas. This position will work primarily with the Maine CDC Data, Research, and Vital Statistics Program, including the Maine Cancer Registry, and will be based at the Maine CDC offices in Augusta (though the USM epidemiology team and this position will be working remotely through at least January 31, 2021 due to the pandemic).
The appropriate links for applying for the position are posted on the NAACCR website:
Kathy Boris, CTR
Data Quality Manager
Department of Health and Human Services
Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Preserve ~Promote ~ Protect
Office of Administration – Public Health Systems
Informatics / Data, Research, and Vital Statistics
220 Capitol Street
11 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0011
Tel: (207) 287-8945
Fax: (207) 287-5470
TTY: Call 711 (Maine Relay)
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