With the novel R01 project picking up speed, the Aging, Transitions over the Lifespan and Suicide (ATLAS) Study, the Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health (CSEPH) is looking to add new members to the team! We are looking for experienced and passionate individuals to join the ATLAS research team in the following roles:
We are seeking a postdoctoral research fellow with experience and passion for public mental health research to contribute to the research agenda, progress, and design. To view more detailed information and apply, please visit the job posting here.
Research Area Specialist Senior:
We are also looking for an experienced analyst who has conducted prior work with large epidemiological studies and who is interested in contributing to innovative public mental health research. To view more detailed information and apply, please visit the job posting here.
With this position, we are looking for an organized and dedicated individual that will support and manage the ATLAS study’s progress in a collaborative and engaging setting. To view more detailed information and apply, please visit the job posting here.
The ATLAS Study is an interdisciplinary endeavor that will include collaborators from Michigan Medicine, the Institute for Social Research (ISR), the School of Public Health (SPH), and the School of Information. Overall, the study aims to utilize multiple cohort studies and population-based registries to examine how major life transitions, including those related to work, housing, health, and social life, shape suicide risk. We are looking forward to welcoming new members to the team!
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