The primary purpose for this position is to provide quantitative support to large federally funded studies relating to women and children\u2019s health, pre-hospital emergencies, quality of care, and patient safety. The person in this position will assist the PI, the Program Manager, and the research team in the quantitative and methodological/analytical aspects of research projects. The Senior Research Assistant will participate in the management and analysis of large datasets including data abstraction, entry, cleaning, and analysis. The candidate will be expected to participate in data collection, full data management and analysis, as well as manuscript preparation for publication in the peer-review public health/medical literature. Finally, the candidate will participate in the development of grant proposals and other projects and duties as needed. Candidate must have an interest in obstetrics and women's health, and pediatrics.
A writing sample and coding sample will be requested from finalists.
Key duties and responsibilities:
Assist in writing protocols and developing data collection forms
Participate in data collection
Assist in preparation of presentations and reports
Maintain database of results
Prepare data for/conduct statistical analyses
Prepare interim reports
Assist with the development and assembly of large documents, such as grant reports and journal articles
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