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Postdoctoral Scholar


Our research team at Stanford University is looking for a postdoctoral scholar in perinatal pharmacoepidemiology. The scholar will work closely with faculty members, Drs. Brian Bateman and Stephanie Leonard, on NIH-funded research projects on the comparative safety and effectiveness of medications in pregnancy and related research topics. Our projects employ advanced analytical methods in large databases, which include claims data and electronic health record data in conventional structures and in common data models. Current topical focus areas include mental health, behavioral health and cardiovascular health of people who are pregnant or postpartum.

Our research group prioritizes a collaborative and inclusive team environment. The principal investigators are experienced mentors who are highly committed to supporting the postdoctoral scholar in advancing their career as a future independent investigator. The postdoctoral scholar will have opportunities to both lead and contribute to research projects. We regularly collaborate with researchers across disciplines and institutions. This position is in the Stanford University School of Medicine, which is a world-class training ground for future leaders in medical research, and puts research, training and diversity at the forefront of its overarching objectives.

This position has a flexible start date in 2023 or 2024, is a hybrid position, and the starting salary is $71,650+ plus benefits.

Further details are available in the posting website, and please send any questions to Dr. Leonard at Details on postdoc resources at Stanford:

Location: Stanford,
Job Type: Full-time


Contact: Stephanie Leonard
Phone: 650-724-1824

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