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About Michigan State University and Henry Ford Health
Investigators at Michigan State University (MSU, Flint, MI) and Henry Ford Health System (HFHS, Detroit, MI) are pleased to announce joint plans to recruit two postdoctoral fellows for a two-year fellowship to commence in the spring/summer/fall of 2022. One position will be based at MSU in Flint, Michigan, with Dr. Jennifer Johnson (https://publichealth.msu.edu/flint-research/flint-public-health-research/jennifer-johnson-phd) and the other position will be based at HFHS in Detroit, Michigan with Dr. Brian Ahmedani (https://www.henryford.com/physician-directory/a/ahmedani-brian). Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. MSU is currently ranked in the top 100 research Universities in the world (>$700 million in extramural funding annually). MSU is also one of the only top tier research institutions also nationally recognized as a leader in community engagement, and is a leader in the successful coupling of the broad strengths of a research institution with strong and active community partnerships. The Carnegie Foundation for Teaching selected MSU as one of the first universities to be designated a “Community-Engaged University.” The Henry Ford Health System (...HFHS), one of the nation’s leading vertically integrated health care systems, is a Michigan non-profit corporation organized in four regions encompassing Metropolitan Detroit. HFHS is a comprehensive health system that provides a seamless array of services at all levels of care for all age groups. Founded in 1915, Henry Ford is Michigan's fifth largest employer with more than 33,000 employees (which includes more than 8,100 employees who work in the city of Detroit, more than 6,650 nurses including over 580 from Canada, and more than 5,000 allied health professionals). HFHS is committed to improving the health and well-being of a diverse Michigan population. Both institutions are committed to community partnership and to addressing health equity. Individuals from all backgrounds, especially those from historically underrepresented groups, are encouraged to apply.
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