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University of Vermont, Post-Doctoral Associate Position in Food Security and Systems
Tufts University


Date Posted Jan. 6, 2021
Title University of Vermont, Post-Doctoral Associate Position in Food Security and Systems
University Tufts University
Boston, MA, United States
Department
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
 
 
  • Post-Doc
  • Food & Nutritional Science
    Economics
    Agricultural - General
 
 

The University of Vermont is seeking qualified applicants for a two-year post-doctoral associate position to begin immediately to work with an interdisciplinary team exploring the impact of COVID-19 and related disruptions on food security and health outcomes, food systems, and agricultural communities. The position will provide opportunities to work with research teams across the United States as part of the National Food Access and COVID research Team (NFACT, www.nfactresearch.org) and collaborate on multiple existing and ongoing data collection and analysis efforts examining food security and systems before and since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Vermont and across other regions. Additional details about the existing work, including publications and research briefs can be found at: https://www.uvm.edu/cals/nfs/food-insecurity-impact-covid-19.

Link to Posting: Post-Doctoral Associate Position in Food Security and SystemsPosition Type: PostdoctoralFiles: Unv. of Vermont, Postdoc Advert_FoodsecurityCOVID_UVM.pdf


 
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