Job Posting: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
We have an opening for a highly motivated post-doctoral research fellow (PhD, MD or MD/PhD) who will help to further study design, write IRB protocols, and conduct data analysis under the guidance and direction of our lead investigators. Additional responsibilities include coordinating with the IRB, presenting work at local and national meetings, and writing scientific manuscripts. The position will be co-mentored by Drs. Alvaro Pascual-Leone and William Meehan. This is a one-year position with the option to renew annually.
Applicants must have a doctoral degree (PhD, MD or MD/PhD) in a relevant area, including any medical specialty or scientific field with a dedicated interest in the care of athletes. Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information discreetly is required.
Other preferred requirements include:
- Ability to design and conduct data analysis for cross-sectional and longitudinal studies
- Proven ability and experience in a subset of SAS, SPSS, or related statistical packages
- Excellent oral and written skills
- Speak fluently in English
Please submit letter of interest, CV, one copy of any relevant publication, and names/addresses of three references to Dr. Supriya Krishnan.
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