Post‐Doctoral Researcher in Health Impact and Environmental Geography

The University of Central Florida seeks a post‐doctoral scientist to conduct research at the intersection of public health, environmental hazards, and social vulnerability. This is a full‐time (12 month) position, with an expected start date as soon as possible, but no later than January 2019. The successful candidate will assume a lead role in the quantitative and geospatial analysis of demographic and health impacts, community health, and public health risk assessments. The research will be conducted under the supervision of Dr. Christopher T. Emrich, Dr. Kim Anderson, and Dr. Matt Nobles at the University of Central Florida. The work falls within a research agenda of investigating public health, behavioral health, and healthcare impacts to individuals, communities, and counties with respect to social vulnerability and how society can better apply science to healthcare decision making.

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