The Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellow will teach one class per semester in either the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Program or Master of Public Health Program. The Fellow will have the opportunity to work with faculty mentors within DHS and ICHS on one or more ongoing research projects and may also develop his or her own research agenda related to health concerns of Alaska Native people, other minorities, and multicultural populations. The Fellow will participate in departmental activities related to curriculum development, student recruitment, student success, or community outreach, and will mentor students with similar research interests.
Research interests should include population health challenges such as behavioral and mental health concerns, chronic disease, trauma, suicide, or other health conditions that show significant disparities across cultural groups in Alaska.
Read the full job announcement and application procedures on University of Alaska Anchorage website.