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The Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Health System Design and Global Health conducts global health research and is looking for a research assistant based in New York City to assist a faculty researcher, Dr. Rachel Vreeman, in research work related to pediatric and adolescent HIV. This will include researching background material, formatting manuscripts, maintenance of research protocols with ethics committees, and aid in qualitative analysis from research projects primarily conducted in Eldoret, Kenya. The individual will participate in the coding of qualitative transcripts, conduct of literature reviews, reporting of clinical and non-clinical research studies in the IRB, and the write up of research results and maintenance of reference lists for manuscript or grant writing preparation, as well as, other duties as assigned.
- 50% Conduct Qualitative Analysis and assist in
quantitative data entry or verification in REDCap
- 30% Assist the PI in background literature review,
and formatting of abstracts, papers, and poster presentations for dissemination
- 20% Administrative tasks to support the PI’s research projects, including taking minutes from weekly research calls, scheduling project calls and meetings, and other duties as assigned
- Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in sciences, health sciences, or psychology
- Appropriate verbal, written and interpersonal skills
- Organizational, problem solving and analytical skills
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