Are you considering a career in healthcare but want to gain experience in a clinical and clinical research setting? Come learn more about opportunities in the section of Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology at the Yale School of Medicine. An established clinical and translational research program is seeking bright, out-going, motivated persons with a can-do attitude who enjoy talking to patients.
You’ll have the opportunity to:
- Participate fully as a member of the clinical and translational research program in Yale Rheumatology by coordinating clinical (patient-focused) studies from conception to completion.
- Learn to prepare and submit institutional review board applications to ensure adequate protection of human participants in biomedical research.
- Assist the principal investigator in study protocol development, submission, and renewal; ensure ongoing compliance with institutional review board policies.
- Identify, assess eligibility, enroll participants in research studies.
- Collect accurate health data from research participants for a variety of studies. Conduct a study using these data if you desire.
- Coordinate collection and processing of various human specimens (e.g., blood, various tissues, buccal swabs, etc.). Conduct a study using these samples if you desire.
- Work directly with clinical database manager to log and track biospecimens from human participants in clinical studies in rheumatology.
- Prepare written progress reports and similar research study documents.
- Coordinate the conduct of multiple simultaneous research projects.
- Most importantly, advance the field of science and medicine in the rheumatic diseases.
To speak to the principal investigator, Monique Hinchcliff, MD MS, please contact:
Yale University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans and members of minority groups.