[Ip-health] Job Opportunity - Research Associate - IDEA Initiative at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Reshma Ramachandran reshmagar at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 07:10:53 PST 2017


* The IDEA (Innovation + Design Enabling Access) Initiative at the Johns
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is looking for a Research
Associate.* The IDEA Initiative seeks to reengineer how we bring health
innovations to market to meet the needs of all populations, particularly
those in resource-limited settings. IDEA is an interdisciplinary
undertaking--one that requires policy and value chain analysis, systems
thinking, and design innovation. By seeding and supporting market-shaping
interventions with evidence-based analysis, the IDEA Initiative hopes to
amplify the real world impact of delivering technologies for global health,
both in the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Anthony So serves as the Director of the
IDEA Initiative and Professor of the Practice in the Department of
International Health.

The Research Associate will primarily focused on a key pillar of the IDEA
Initiative – the Strategic Policy Program of ReAct-Action on Antibiotic
Resistance. Since 2005, ReAct has served as a global network spanning
across five continents dedicated to tackling antibiotic resistance through
evidence-based policy solutions. The Strategic Policy Program also supports
the Antibiotic Resistance Coalition, a coalition of 25 civil society
organizations across human, veterinary, and environmental health that work
together to address this growing global threat. Together, the Antibiotic
Resistance Coalition monitors various national and global policy processes
and stakeholders, ensuring public accountability towards addressing
antimicrobial resistance.

The IDEA Initiative is looking for a highly talented, full-time Research
Associate, primarily focused on the ReAct Strategic Policy Program work
that would bring exemplary analytic and organizational skills to our
work. *Please
see here the full job description
<https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bx2Ia3PxNjERNjFsZHp6T0Rwb3M> for further
information about the experience and qualifications required and preferred
for this position.*

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, writing
sample(s) preferably demonstrating policy analytic skills, and the names of
three references to rramach9 at jhu.edu. As we will review applications on a
rolling basis, candidates should indicate their interest as soon as
possible and their date of availability. If you have any questions
regarding the position, please submit them in writing to rramach9 at jhu.edu.
Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled, but to ensure
fullest consideration, please apply by March 15, 2017.

-- 
*Reshma Ramachandran, MD MPP*
Assistant Scientist (Research Faculty), Department of International Health
Innovation + Design for Enabling Access (IDEA) Initiative
ReAct-Action on Antibiotic Resistance Strategic Policy Program
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
e: reshmagar at gmail.com
m: +1-786-271-1531
t: https://twitter.com/reshmagar



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