The post-doc position will be at Columbia University, but we are a multi-disciplinary team of faculty at the Mailman School, the Columbia University School of Social Work, Drexel University, American University and the University of Washington. Strong candidates will have a Doctorate and experience and interest in social epidemiology, spatial epidemiology, neighborhood health research, GIS and/or urban health. Post-Docs will be able to collaborate on on-going and developing BEH projects and to develop their own research projects. On-going and developing BEH projects focus; 1) on the links between neighborhood built environments and obesity, physical activity, pedestrian safety, asthma, cancer, and cardio vascular disease, and 2) on developing new methods for characterizing neighborhood environments.
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