Long COVID Clinical Research Coordinator, Human Experience and Ambulatory Technologies Lab
Category : Student Opportunities
The Human Experience and Ambulatory Technologies (HEAT) Lab is hiring a half-time (20 hrs/week) Clinical Research Coordinator for a newly funded project focused on understanding how wearable technologies (e.g., smartwatches) can support patients who have Long COVID. The coordinator will provide project oversight, supervise undergraduate research assistants who are working on the project, and will also contribute directly to research activities such as conducting qualitative interviews with healthcare providers. Opportunities to work on other lab projects, co-author publications, present research at conferences, and receive training in ambulatory assessment research are available dependent on interest. This is an ideal position for a recent graduate seeking additional research experience and training before graduate or medical school. This is a mentored research position, and training tailored to individual professional goals (e.g., mentorship for graduate or medical school applications, support in networking with faculty in your areas of interest) is available.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in any health-related discipline (Dec 2022 graduation OK), prior research lab experience, interest in wearable and ambulatory assessment technologies.
Preferred Qualifications: At least 1 year of prior lab experience. Prior experience with any of the following are a bonus but not required: Qualtrics, qualitative interviews, systematic review.
Other details: This position is a one-year, 20 hr/week commitment. Work hours and location are flexible. Although some on-site activities at Emory will be required each week, this can be a hybrid office/telework position if desired.
About the HEAT Lab: The Human Experience and Ambulatory Technologies (HEAT) lab is new lab in the Emory School of Medicine (SOM) dedicated to researching the impacts of wearable assessment technologies on science, mental and physical health, and healthcare. We collaborate closely with many research groups across campus, including Emory Spiritual Health and the Winship Cancer Institute. The HEAT lab is directed by Deanna Kaplan, PhD, a clinical health psychologist and Assistant Professor in Family and Preventive Medicine.
How to apply: Send a resume and letter of interest to Deanna Kaplan at: deanna [dot] m [dot] kaplan [at] emory [dot] edu. If selected for an interview you will be asked to provide 2 professional (not personal) references.
Review of applications is rolling and begins immediately. Training and onboarding for the position will begin in December.