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Environmental Health and Engineering

Job Openings

Current Openings in EHE

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Environmental Epidemiology and Climate and Health
Posted 5/23
We have an immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellowship in environmental epidemiology. The fellow will contribute to several environmental epidemiology projects on climate and health and environmental justice as part of ongoing research in the
Department of Environmental Health and Engineering (PI: Jaime Madrigano). The fellow will lead analyses and manuscripts assessing the health impacts of extreme heat, green space, and structural racism, with opportunities to interact with practitioners and community partners. The successful candidate will have strong methodological skills and an interest in environmental justice, health equity, and research translation. 

Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity: Neuroscientist or (Neuro)toxicologist
Posted 11/22
The NEMEX (Neurotoxicity due to Environmental complex Metal Mixtures Exposure) multi-investigator group is currently looking for a neuroscientist or (neuro)toxicologist who is interested in elucidating the mechanisms by which metal mixtures act in concert to elicit neurodegenerative Alzheimer's Disease-related effects.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cumulative Risk, Environmental Justice, and Environmental Public Health Policy 
Posted 11/22
We are looking for a bright, talented, and highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to contribute to research and translation projects focused on 1) the cumulative burdens faced by communities living on the fenceline of petrochemical and other industrial facilities, and 2) human health risk evaluations performed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to satisfy requirements of the updated Toxic Substances Control Act. The identified fellowship recipient will be jointly mentored by EHE faculty (Keeve Nachman and Mary Fox) and science and policy staff (Maria Doa and Lindsay McCormick) at the Environmental Defense Fund.