The Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics brings together experts in three basic sciences who create, demonstrate and teach novel methods. Read their biographies. Read about our research.
- Assistant Professor, Clinician-Educator or Tenure Track
- Associate or Full Professor, Clinician-Educator or Tenure Track
- Director of Biostatistics, Full Professor, Tenure Track or CE-Track
- Cancer Epidemiology – Clinician-Educator Track
- Cancer Epidemiology – Tenure Track
- Genetic Epidemiology – Clinician-Educator Track
- Genetic Epidemiology – Tenure Track
- Environmental Epidemiology Assistant Professor Positions – Tenure Track or Clinician-Educator Track
- Environmental Epidemiology Associate or Full Professor Position – Tenure Track or Clinician-Educator Track
- Epidemiology Faculty – Clinician-Educator Track
- Epidemiology Faculty – Tenure Track
- Epidemiology Faculty – Research Track
- Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Clinician Educator Track
- Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Tenure Track
- Instructor – Division of Clinical Epidemiology
- Research Associate
- Research Associate in Biomedical Informatics
- Instructor, Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics
- Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics – Tenure Track
- Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics – Clinician-Educator Track
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