1. Early Career Researcher in HIV Research


Summary Description: The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Project-China is accepting applications for an Early Career Researcher supported by an NIH R01 grant. This research project focuses on evaluating a crowdsourced HIV testing campaign using stepped wedge RCT (see https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02796963).1 This position offers the opportunity to be involved in cutting edge HIV research. Primary responsibilities include evaluating a crowdsourced intervention, preparing manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals, and assisting developing grant applications. The researcher will be based in Guangzhou, China at the UNC Project-China office as part of our SESH team (see www.seshglobal.org).


Minimum Requirements1. PhD in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics or other related fields; 2. Demonstrated ability to produce peer-reviewed scientific articles; 3. Proficient in English and Mandarin Chinese.


Preferred Qualifications1. Experience evaluating interventions or programs; 2. Experience with longitudinal data sets preferred, but not required. 3. The ability to lead a team in the Chinese context.

Appointment and Salary: One year full-time appointment with salary and benefits package consistent with NIH standards (approximately 45,000 USD) with an option to extend to a second year contingent on meeting benchmarks.

Application:  Email Amy Lee at amylee@live.unc.edu with your CV, cover letter, and names of three references.  More details about the UNC-South China Training Center are available here.

Deadline: Open until filled

1 SESH Study Group, Tucker, J.D. Crowdsourcing to promote HIV testing among MSM in China: study protocol for a stepped wedge randomized controlled trials. (2017) Trials.18:447 10.1186/s13063-017-2183-1.




任职要求:1. 公共健康,流行病学,卫生统计学或其他相关领域学科的博士学位;2. 有独立撰写英文科学文章的能力;3. 优异的中英文。

优先录取条件1. 有参与项目评估或队列研究项目的经验;2. 有在中国领导研究团队的能力。




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