Focus areas for the College of Health faculty include epidemiology, biostatistics, community health, health innovation and technology, global health, social and behavioral health sciences, and health policy and management. Lehigh welcomes applications for current faculty searches in the College of Health. At the core of the College of Health is a commitment to foster positive change in the communities where we live and work by promoting social justice and health equity.
Tenure-track associate or full professor with focus in engineering of health-related sensors, devices, and diagnostics, health data science including statistical analysis, machine learning and/or simulation and mobile health (mHealth), telehealth, and home health platforms.
Tenure-track assistant professor of community health with focus on health disparities and community engaged research.
Tenure-track associate or full professor studying social, behavioral and psychological factors of health.
Tenure-track associate or full professor of community health with a focus on health disparities among LGBTQ+ people.
Tenure-track associate or full professor in core technologies enabling mHealth and/or telehealth (e.g., sensors, haptics, wearables, Internet of Things, computer vision).
Tenure-track associate or full professor in AI (e.g., NLP, ML) and data science applied to health data such as EHR or -omics data.
Tenure-track assistant or associate professor in health data visualization, auralization and/or haptics applied to interventions based on VR and/or gamification.
Tenure-track assistant professor in quantitative methods and population health with a focus on the ethics of AI.
Tenure-track faculty positions (open rank) with focus on global and/or US Indigenous law and policy with a concentration in Indigenous health, broadly defined.
Required earned doctorate degree in social science, public health or population health. Collaborate with global health networks.
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Lehigh University is a 2010 recipient of an NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Grant.
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Lehigh Valley Inter-regional Networking & Connecting (LINC) is a newly created regional network of diverse organizations designed to assist new hires with dual career, community and cultural transition needs.