The University of California, Irvine, Program in Public Health is recruiting two full-time, nine-month salaried, positions, one tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor and one tenured appointment at the rank of Associate Professor. We seek candidates engaged in the application or development of the use of salivary biomarkers in the broad areas of population health, ranging from community health to global health. Although not limited to the following areas, we are interested in candidates whose research is focused on chronic or infectious disease epidemiology, aging and neurologic disorders, exposure assessment, infant mortality, pregnancy, child development, and social or health disparities. Candidates with substantial research experience using salivary biomarkers in community settings focused on cancer prevention and control are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications are also encouraged from candidates who can contribute to biomarker discovery and measurement.