• A doctoral degree in economics, health services research, epidemiology, biostatistics, public policy, public health, or related fields with at least five years of professional experience
• Demonstrated success in establishing an independent program of research funding
• A portfolio of peer reviewed publications in economics, health services research, public health and/or medical journals
• Strong foundation in quantitative research methods
• A broad understanding of health policy issues
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to work well in teams
Knowledge / Skills / Abilities
• Expertise in developing and conducting economic research in health outcomes
• Understanding of health care financing and reimbursement models.
• Expertise conducting cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analyses in healthcare settings.
• Demonstrated skills in grant acquisition and management, particularly at the federal level (e.g., NIH, AHRQ)
• Demonstrated record of peer reviewed publications in collaborative research in diverse areas of health research.
• Willingness and ability to provide advice and expertise to other health research studies
• Willingness and ability to provide mentoring to junior faculty and fellows
• Excellent organizational skills
• Excellent time management skills
• Ability to communicate complex technical concepts and translate research findings to diverse audiences
• Associate Professor rank or higher
• R01 or equivalent federal funding as a PI or Co-I in health research
• At least five years postdoctoral experience in an academic setting or research institute
• Expertise in working with large administrative claims data for research