Lecturer, Intermediate Applied Data Analysis
The University of Chicago: Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies
The University of Chicago is seeking qualified applicants for a part-time position to teach Intermediate Applied Data Analysis in the Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics program, beginning Winter 2019. Current University faculty and staff, as well as professionals working in relevant positions outside of the University, are eligible to apply. The course will be offered at the downtown Cityfront campus in Chicago.
About the Course
Course objective is to provide a foundation for data analysis using clinical data for domains such as medical informatics and patient out comes. Topics covered: medical diagnosis terminology, data visualization, common computational and statistical methods using the R Statistical Framework. Students will learn to program in R, summarize and pre-process clinical data, do group-based analyses, implement statistical models and interpret the results.
- Develop syllabus including topics, learning objectives, and assignments
- Develop and execute in-class content (lectures, exercises/activities, and/or lab).
- Hold office hours. Instructors are expected to spend at least 3-6 hours per week meeting with students.
- Develop graded assignments, must minimally include a mid-term and final assignment and course participation grade. For courses with weekly lab sessions, weekly assignments should be offered to allow students to master content.
- Grade assignments, return comments and grades to students via Canvas course site in timely manner (within 1 week for weekly assignments and within 10 days of submission for larger assignments).
- Attend all in-person sessions.
- A standard course includes 10 weeks of weekly in-person sessions (weekday evenings from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm or Saturdays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm or 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm). Total in-class time is approximately 30 instructional h ours.
- There may be potential to develop online content to supplement coursework. If using online instruction, you must plan and create content in conjunction with the School’s online instruction design team. Note: adequate time and planning is required for this option.
- Qualified applicants must have a graduate-level degree; a PhD is preferred.
- Candidates with prior teaching experience and/or relevant practical experience in biomedical, healthcare fields and/or relevant practical experience are strongly preferred.
Interested candidates must submit a cover letter describing relevant background and experience, a curriculum vitae or resume, a writing sample, and the names and contact information of at least two professional references. Additional materials such as past teaching evaluations may also be included.
Applicants should send their materials to the Program Director, Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics at email@example.com. After an initial review of applications, applicants may be requested to submit a course proposal.
For additional program information, please visit www.grahamschool.uchicago.edu/mscbmi.
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
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