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ANSIRH is seeking a faculty member to join our team and pursue a program of research of their own design within our program, in line with our mission and vision. We strongly encourage individuals from groups traditionally underrepresented in research and medicine to apply. We seek social scientists or clinical researchers (e.g., PhD, DrPH, or clinical degree with research experience) with expertise in quantitative or qualitative social science research, including in health behavior, demography, epidemiology, sociology, psychology, anthropology, health economics, health services research, program evaluation, medicine, nursing, and/or related disciplines. The faculty member must demonstrate an established focus on sexual and reproductive health in their work or a commitment to expanding their research into investigating sexual and reproductive health or issues affecting people’s sexual and reproductive lives. We are particularly interested in researchers who focus on racial equity or justice in their work, or involve communities of color directly in their research (e.g., via community-based participatory research), though these are not requirements. Our hope is to hire a faculty member who will bring their unique perspectives and research questions to drive ANSIRH’s research in important new directions, while also contributing a synergy with ANSIRH faculty to strengthen our program’s production of scientific knowledge related to people’s sexual and reproductive lives.

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The Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) program seeks a Project Director to provide overall operational management of a diverse portfolio of research activities including a clinical trial as well as social science research studies addressing complex reproductive health issues.

The Project Director will work closely with Ushma Upadhyay, PhD. MPH, Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences to help manage several studies including a clinical trial testing the efficacy and safety of a distribution method for medication abortion through telemedicine.

The position requires expert and efficient integration of multiple complex programmatic activities, applying a sophisticated medical knowledge base, expertise in information and communication technologies, substantial leadership skills, and effective collaboration with a variety of people and organizations [clinicians, investigators, clinical staff, administration, Internal Review Board (IRB), human resources, contracts and grants, funders, health centers, Food & Drug Administration (FDA)].

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The Digital Strategist will work with the Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) Director of Strategic Communications to develop a plan for creating, organizing and optimizing social and digital content to effectively share ANSIRH’s research with a variety of audiences, in alignment with UCSF digital and editorial policies and UCSF brand identity standards. The Strategist is a position for a talented, driven digital professional who can work well with faculty and staff, write excellent digital content, and is experienced in the fields of Reproductive Health/Rights/Justice.

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ANSIRH is a program within the UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health and is a part of UCSF's Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences.

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