Research Associate II, Yale University

Research Associate II, Yale University

Category : Alumni

The Yale/Yale New Haven Hospital Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) is a leading national outcomes research center dedicated to transforming healthcare for the betterment of people and society by leveraging data, analytics, and technology. For more information on CORE, please visit our website: www.medicine.yale.edu/core

We are actively recruiting qualified candidates for our Research Associate II, HSS position.

The Research Associate II will function in a multidisciplinary team environment, coordinating the design, implementation and evaluation of public health outcomes research projects conducted by investigators in the department of General Internal Medicine and at CORE. They will participate in all aspects of project coordination, implementation, and reporting of results related to a variety of regulatory science and data sharing research projects, including the Yale-Mayo Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (CERSI) and the Collaboration for Research Integrity and Transparency (CRIT).

Additional Information:

·         Candidate will coordinate and lead regular meetings that include agenda preparation and meeting minute documentation, manage internal and external communications, timelines, and research activities for research projects, such as to develop study procedures and protocols, prepare written and oral reports and presentations, and data interpretation and summarization.

·         Specific projects are likely to include research to better understand the adoption / de-adoption of medical products, postmarket surveillance of these products, electronic health record testing of common data models for surveillance, and integration of this information into patient-centered care, as well as the public health implications of medical product regulation, clinical research integrity, and data transparency.

·         Required Education: Masters Degree in a related discipline and two years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

·         Required Skills: (1) Well-developed project coordination skills as demonstrated by prior job-related research experience. (2) Demonstrated excellent organizational ability, attention to detail, efficiency, and critical thinking, as well as strong communication skills that include the ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically in written and verbal forms with internal and external contacts, faculty, leadership, and staff. (3) Ability to produce high quality work with minimal supervision and be receptive to feedback and direction in a fast-paced team environment and possess thorough knowledge of research methodologies and protocols.

We are confident that students enrolled in your program, as well as your alumni, may be interested in this position. Qualified applicants should apply to the position using the following link: Research Associate II, HSS


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