The U.S. Army Public Health Center is actively seeking to fill one ORISE research opportunity is available located at Fort Benning, GA. This is a twelve month appoint and can be renewed up to five total years of participation. The ideal candidate will have completed a Masters of Public Health, Masters of Science or equivalent who is familiar and has experience with clinical research. U.S. Citizenship is required. Continue reading “Clinical Research”
NYU Dentistry, Department of Pediatric Dentistry
Project Coordinator Position
Start Date: January 2018
Project coordinator for multi-site clinical trial. The coordinator will review all study related documents, including protocol, Case Report Forms, Manual of Procedures, Quality and Data Management Plans, Clinical Monitoring Plans and Safety Monitoring plans. The coordinator will work under the direction of the Principal Investigator, to facilitate the recruitment and enrollment of an adequate number of appropriate subjects, using appropriate language skills as needed. The coordinator will also work closely with the lead Project/Data Manager from a partnering institution to maintain consistency in administration, data management and reporting. Responsibilities will include writing and maintaining regulatory documents with the IRB, data management, and overseeing the conduct and documentation associated with all study aims. Position will involve weekly travel throughout New York City to project locations.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree, with emphasis on communication or public health
Preferred Education: Master’s in Public Health
Required Experience: At least two years’ experience coordinating a health service program or research program
Preferred Experience: Experience in community-based administration. Experience in research project or clinical trial coordination. Experience in early childhood health.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Excellent organizational skills with strong individual initiative. Very good interpersonal skills and ability to work with a variety of personalities and populations. Strong computing skills and excellent writing skills.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Grant writing and administration skills. Strong presentation skills. Knowledge in budget management. Spanish language skills.
Please send resume/CV and cover letter to Samantha Shrager at email@example.com
Deadline: January 12, 2018
The application for the CSTE Applied Epidemiology fellowship is now open, and can be found on the fellowship website.
Now is the time to start putting your application pieces together (the online application, resumé, personal statement, and determining who you will ask to write recommendation letters). The host site billets (descriptions) will be posted online by December, so do not complete your application until you have thoroughly reviewed those and selected your focus areas.
If you need more information, and/or are interested in applying, please work closely with COPH Career Services.
The Channing Division of Network Medicine (CDNM), an epidemiology research unit within Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, is looking to recruit new postdoctoral fellows. Continue reading “Epi Postdoc positions”
We are currently looking for a candidate to fill the position of Statistical Data Analyst/Programmer here at the Center for Administrative Data Research at the Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, Missouri.
The individual in this position provides data management and programming expertise for the Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) Center for Administrative Data Research (CADR). The studies will primarily use individual and longitudinal administrative health care billing and claims data. Continue reading “Statistical Data Analyst/Programmer”