Office of
Research

College of Human Medicine




Office of
Research

We now have a copy of IBM SPSS Statistics Software installed on the Mac in the Walker Center on the 2nd floor of East Fee Hall (across from the Office of Research, A-209 E. Fee Hall).

There is also a copy of SPSS in the Secchia Computer Lab, Rm. 257, on the computer at Station 01.

The College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University in collaboration with Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital seeks candidates for an experienced outcomes research leader who will conduct, communicate, and translate research on processes, devices, technologies, and services in support of the optimal care of patients. The Division of Rehabilitation (CHM/MSU) and the John F. Butzer Center for Research & Innovation (MFB) are charged with developing rigorous, high quality EBM research and communicating findings to healthcare decision makers and the scientific community in peer-reviewed publications, scientific meetings, and other appropriate settings. The successful candidate will collaborate as appropriate with other colleagues within the Center, at Michigan State University and with other partners to develop a comprehensive and funded research program focused on important research questions that addresses patients’ health outcomes.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor

Multiple Positions

The College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University seeks candidates for 5-6 tenure system faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, or Professor levels with an established research record of NIH or related federal (i.e., PCORI, AHRQ, CDC, DoD, etc.) funding and peer-reviewed journal articles to help build a new academic program of public health in a community with significant public health needs. We are seeking researchers who are (preferred) or soon will be R01-level principal investigators, who have a commitment to the welfare of underserved populations and communities. Our goal is to build a strong, energetic cohort of public health researchers who are dedicated to academic excellence and to research that improves the health and well-being of the communities around them. A generous endowment allows us to make highly competitive offers to investigators who can bring significant federal funding and a community orientation to help shape this new public health research effort in Flint, MI.