Post-Doctoral Position on Patient-reported Outcome Clinical Research
Job posting number: #7055537
Posted: January 25, 2019
Job DescriptionThe Department of Symptom Research focuses on improving the knowledge and management of cancer-related and treatment-related symptoms (such as pain, fatigue, distress, neuropathy).
Applicants should be interested in pursuing a career in symptom-related research, have solid graduate training in clinical investigation and biostatistics, and have a good experiences or publication record using patient-reported outcomes in observational study or clinical trials. Ongoing studies in the Department of Symptom Research include NIH-funded projects for studying on patient-reported outcomes applied in real world patient care. The position is available immediately.
1. Research Activity
2. Prepare and write preliminary report, potential grants application, and manuscripts for publication.
• Closely working with research faculty, conducting literature search and summaries of interested topics on symptom science.
• Working with data analyst to generate progress report from the data on RedCap
• Responsible for monitoring active project, communicating with field staff and updating faculty weekly.
• Participant research team meetings regularly.
2. Interpersonal Skills, Communication, Learning Skills
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• Communication with faculty and staff within and outside the Department.
• Ability to work with others in a highly collaborative manner.
• Good problem-solving abilities.
• Strong interest in learning other clinical research procedures, communicating IRB issues.
• If needed to back up field staff, able to perform ePRO data collection in patients under oncology care for symptom assessment.
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