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EOHSI Division of Environmental and Population Health Biosciences

The Department of Environmental Occupational Health and Justice at the School of Public Health and
the Environmental Occupational Health Science Institute (EOHSI) at Rutgers University, seek multiple
full-time, tenure-track/tenured faculty members at the rank of assistant, associate professor, or full
professor as part of their expanding portfolio of interdisciplinary research, teaching, and community
service related to environmental and population health biosciences. We are undertaking a cluster hire
of up to three new tenure-track or tenured faculty in quantitative exposure/risk assessment,
environmental health inequalities and climate/energy justice, environmental biochemistry and
bioengineering with emphasis on developing cellular and acellular tools for the assessment of the
interactions of emerging chemicals and advanced materials in environmental and biological systems,
air and water quality, bioinformatics and big data analysis and environmental epidemiology. The
individuals in these positions are expected to contribute to our MPH and PhD graduate teaching
activities and collaborate with faculty in our current interdisciplinary NIH/NIEHS funded research
centers and programs in Environmental and Population Health Biosciences as part of trans-disciplinary
initiatives to reduce environmental health disparities and advance environmental and population health
research in the U.S. and internationally. The School, the Institute and Rutgers University are especially
interested in qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds who can bring new approaches to address
these complex biopsychosocial and environmental influences on health. The applicant will also have
an opportunity to serve on our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity initiative.

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