National Farm Medicine Center turns 40
Marshfield center dedicated to health and happiness of farm owners, families and workers.
Above the late Dean Emanuel, M.D., and Barbara Lee, Ph.D., at 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days.
Welcome to the National Farm Medicine Center, where we apply research to help ensure the success of every type of agricultural operation.
Whether you are a researcher, safety and health professional, or anyone who works with people involved in production agriculture, you will find resources and information on this website that can help prevent injuries in one of our most hazardous industries. This website also highlights ongoing research projects and resulting outcomes and services.
Our scientists and staff focus on injury prevention, injury surveillance, community outreach and education, the farm microbiome and human immunology, evaluation of programs, and mental well-being. Visit our sister website, CultivateSafety.org, for more resources and information on safety strategies and resources for producers, farm families and media.
National Farm Medicine Center - Marshfield Clinic Research Institute
The Research Scientist in this open rank tenure track position maintains and conducts a high quality research program, relevant to the area of agricultural health and safety, rural health, and or environmental/occupational health, assisting NFMC in achieving the organizational goals and results within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI). This scientist or clinician-scientist should maintain a strong and consistent record of scientific discovery and he/she will secure externally funded research awards, collaborate with scientists and clinician investigators, and implement translation of their research throughout Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) and beyond. Remote working conditions will be considered for especially qualified and experienced candidates.
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Research Assistant - Possible Remote (Job ID R-0015097):
The Research Assistant, under general supervision, participates and assists in the administration, coordinating, implementation and close out of research projects and departmental initiatives within the National Farm Medicine Center. The Research Assistant is responsible for supporting the logistic and administrative aspects of research projects and departmental initiatives. The Research Assistant ensures that all study activity is in accordance with the guidelines, instructions and specifications as outlined in the research protocol. The individual who holds this position exemplifies the Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) mission, vision, and values and acts in accordance with MCHS policies and procedures.
The Cultivate Safety website provides easy access to agricultural safety information and resources for farmers, ranchers, supervisors and media.
National Farm Medicine Center
1000 North Oak Avenue
Marshfield, WI 54449-5790
Phone: 1.800.662.6900 or 715.389.4999