Post-Doc at the University of Cincinnati, Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences
Duties as a Post-Doc trainee will include but are not limited to, support and develop research projects in exposure assessment related to occupational safety and health for home healthcare. The person will be part of a larger inter-disciplinary research team (including ergonomists, industrial hygienists, occupational nurses, occupational medicine, and occupational safety engineering), investigating the exposures for home healthcare professionals. The emphasis will be measuring the ergonomic exposure assessments among home healthcare workers. Projects may include support of basic laboratory research, data analysis and review, and field studies that will include data collection, data analyses, statistical analyses, and manuscript writing. There are other opportunities to develop research proposals and conduct research. The ideal candidate will also have ability to develop an App that will assist hone healthcare workers to prepare for expected exposures in the homes. The position is funded by funding from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, through the education and Research Center (ERC), thus, only US citizens or green card holders are eligible.