Employment Opportunity

Director//Associate Director, Emory University Center for Injury Control (ECIC)

We seek a Physician and/or PhD researcher with extensive knowledge and a track record of scholarly excellence in injury prevention and control to lead an established multi-disciplinary, highly collaborative team of injury researchers.  The ECIC was formed in 1993, and operates under the mission to build the field of injury prevention and reduce fatalities in Georgia by facilitating collaborations, supporting innovative research, training practitioners and researchers, and strengthening the bridge between science and practice.  The candidate must have strong leadership skills and the ability to develop an independent and sustainable scholarly research program, lead multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary injury prevention efforts and engage in educational activities. Successful candidates must demonstrate proficiency in preparing research grants with experience as a principal investigator for funded research studies, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and presenting at professional meetings.  


For further information, visit our web site at www.emory.edu/em, then contact:

Katherine Heilpern, MD, Professor and Chair

Department of Emergency Medicine

531 Asbury Circle , N-340, Atlanta, GA 30322

Phone: (404)778-5975 / Fax: (404)778-2630 / Email: ida.jones-render@emory.edu

Emory is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Research Notice

Dr.Monica Swahn, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at Georgia State University, works to end alcohol marketing to Uganda’s youth. Learn more about her research here and read her recently published manuscript here.

Applications now closed!

We are no longer accepting applications for the Summer Student Scholarship Program. Thank you and good luck to those who have participated and look forward to the announcement of our recipients!  

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Check out the latest WestJEM issue that features the Emory Center for Injury Control. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this issue.