Residency Program Faculty Positions
We have a total of eight residency programs—five located in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area and three located in Greater Minnesota.
Research Division Faculty Positions
Our research division is ranked #3 among the top National Institutes of Health-funded family medicine departments in the country. Our faculty are actively researching health disparities, healthcare delivery, and population health.
There are currently no open positions.
Institute for Sexual and Gender Health Faculty Positions
The Institute for Sexual and Gender Health is one of the world’s largest clinical, teaching, and research institutions specializing in human sexuality.
Assistant Professor - Institute for Sexual and Gender Health (ISGH) (Job ID 9403). Apply here.
There are currently two open Assistant Professor positions in the Institute for Sexual and Gender Health. Positions will remain open until filled.
Cancer and Health Disparities Training Program
There are currently two highly competitive positions available for the NIH funded Cancer and Health Disparities Training Program. Fellows work closely with academic and community mentors to build skills in community-engaged research, intervention design, and implementation, dissemination and translation in order to prepare them for academic careers focused on reducing cancer-related health disparities. We seek highly exceptional candidates, particularly from backgrounds underrepresented in research, to join our diverse and accomplished cohort of trainees. The program is a joint effort between the Medical School and the School of Public Health.
The positions are open until filled. Learn more information, including how to apply, at z.umn.edu/cancerdisparities.
Human Sexuality Fellowships
There are currently no fellowships available.
Learn more about all fellowships here.
Primary Care Behavioral Health Fellowship
There are currently no fellowships available. Learn more about the fellowship here.
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