Tenet Healthcare Ld Clin Research Asst in Detroit, Michigan
Under limited direction, contributes in the development, conduct and submission of clinical and/or basic science research, grant support and/or sponsorship to external funding agencies. Performs laboratory experiments utilizing standard techniques and equipment. Collects and analyzes research data from various sources including patient interviews, medical records, surveys, and so forth. May perform statistical analysis of data. Performs literature searches on various topics, assists with the preparation of presentations, posters and manuscripts. Prepares Institutional Review Board documentation. Collaborates with other researchers and DMC clinicians. Schedules and participates in clinic coverage for research staff team to ensure consistent growth in the number of patients enrolling in research studies. Takes a leadership role in all Sports Medicine Fellow research projects on an annual basis to ensure completion of the first project within project timeline and initiation of second project before the end of the academic year. Takes the lead role in working with the Fellows each year to submit a proposal, complete the project and submit a poster to the annual DMC GME QuESST Research Day. Coordinates location, articles, communication, attendance and record keeping with fellows and faculty for the monthly sports medicine journal club meeting. Assists with and attends the annual Sports Medicine Symposium, Fellowship Interviews, Fellowship Graduation and monthly visiting lecturer conference and journal club meetings.
Bachelor’s degree in biostatistics, epidemiology, biomedical sciences or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Three years prior research experience, preferably in biostatistics or epidemiology, including at least two years working with fellows and/or residents and physician faculty on clinical or biomechanical research projects.
Job: Therapy and Rehabilitation
Organization: Detroit Medical Center Shared Services
Title: Ld Clin Research Asst
Requisition ID: 1805021229