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Student Research Worker

Aaron Diamond Aids Rsch Ct

Student Research Worker

  • 529338
  • Medical Center
  • Aaron Diamond Aids Rsch Ct
  • Part Time
  • Opening on: Sep 7 2022
  • Ungraded

Position Summary

The Meyers Lab at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center (ADARC) and the Division of Infectious Diseases is seeking 1-3 part-time Student Research Worker(s) to support research activities related to HIV prevention and treatment, COVID-19, and Monkey Pox. 10-15 hours per week.
 
The Meyers Lab is focused on more effectively bridging the gap between the development of optimal therapeutic, prophylactic, and diagnostic approaches for infectious diseases and their practical implementation. Positioned at the far end of the translational research process, our work extends beyond the bedside to the study of the processes and factors supporting successful, evidence-based interventions within specific clinical and public health settings. Using mixed-method approaches, our goal is to ensure that emergent clinical and public health interventions are available to practitioners and to potential beneficiaries, to prepare for the rapid and sustained adoption of new biomedical interventions and to maximize health benefits at the population level. To that end, our lab collaborates with clinical sites, community-based organizations, and government organizations to implement NIH-funded studies. Engaging stakeholders at all stages of the research is a critical component of our process, leading to practical study design, and findings that are useful to our partners.
 
The Student Research Worker(s) will contribute to supporting activities at all stages of the research process. Tasks may include conducting literature reviews; recruiting, enrolling, and collecting data from study participants (surveys and interviews); cleaning and analyzing study data; and assisting in the development of abstracts and manuscripts. The Student Research Worker(s) will join a small team of public health researchers who work with clinicians and basic scientists in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, and other institutions.

Responsibilities

  • Recruit participants and obtain informed consent
  • Program, manage and code data collection through REDCap
  • Interact with study participants using English and Spanish (if applicable)
  • Clean and analyze quantitative study data
  • Develop code books, code and analyze qualitative data
  • Prepare data tables, figures, and presentations
  • Conduct literature reviews
  • IRB submission and management
  • Complete administrative task related to research, including scheduling, compensation, maintaining meeting notes
  • Perform other related duties, as directed

Minimum Qualifications

  • Requires a Bachelor's Degree and at least 1.5 years of related experience or equivalent in education, training and experience.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience engaging with patients and providers. Experience with ethical conduct of human subjects research. Experience collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data.
    Experience using online data collection tools (e.g., REDCap). Spanish language skills desired but not required. Basic knowledge of HIV. Detail oriented and able to work independently or with minimal supervision.
  • Training: Bachelors with 1.5 years of related experience minimum qualification; ideal position for an individual currently enrolled in a masters or doctoral public health program of study.
  • Software proficiency: working knowledge of R, SAS, Stata or other statistical software, experience working with REDCap or other study data management systems, facility using Dedoose or other qualitative software; experience in front or back end website development a plus.

Other Requirements

  • Include Cover Letter and Resume/CV with application.

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