Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Global Safe WASH

Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Global Safe WASH


The Moe Research Group in the The Center for Global Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene is seeking to hire one or two GRAs to support several of our current and future projects  in this summer and coming fall. 

Project Summary: 

The Center for Global Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (CGSW) is seeking Graduate Research Assistants (GRA) with strong data skills to support multiple existing projects:

  1. (SaniPath (, an exposure assessment study for fecal contamination in urban, low-income settings in more than ten cities
  2. Typhoid Environmental Surveillance Study, a sewage surveillance study to monitor Typhoid circulation in the city of Kolkata, India
  3. Exposure Assessment for Cholera in Nairobi, Kenya;

Student Role:  

Under the guidance of CGSW faculty and staff, the GRA will assist with database development, data management and analysis, data visualization, and publications.


Applicants must have good knowledge of public health, statistics, and computer programming.  

Skills: intermediate skill in R is required and knowledge about ODK/mobile data collection, Rmarkdown, and R Shiny are preferred


Please send your CV and an e-mail describing your interest, background, and availability during this summer and Fall 2020 semester to Yuke Wangyuke [dot] wang [at] emory [dot] edu and Suraja Rajsuraja [dot] jeya [dot] raj [at] emory [dot] edu.


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