HARRISON SCHOLAR

Location
Philadelphia
Posted
Jun 21, 2017
Administrative Jobs
Academic Affairs
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Duties: The Harrison Surgical Scholar program was established to provide clinical research experience for post-baccalaureate students who are interested in pursuing an academic career in medicine. It is a one year funded position that will expose the individual to all aspects of clinical surgical research. The scholars will work closely with surgical research team or individual surgeon to assist in ongoing and/or new clinical research investigations.

The scholar will have the opportunity to be involved in every part of the research process, from study design, IRB submission and data collection to data analysis and manuscript publication. Scholar will be involved in submitting IRB proposals and editing manuscripts for peer reviewed medical journals. May have the opportunity to write a scientific paper and be credited as first author. The scholar is expected to participate in and perform experiments, functional and data analysis, data presentation and filing.

This is a one-year position with a specified end date of 6/30/18.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and 0-1 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Persons interested should have good writing and communication skills. Must be able to work as part of a team but also function with a high level of independence.

This application is a supplement to the formal entry made through the Department of Surgery website - http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/surgery/Research/harrison_scholors_program.html

You must complete an application on the department site first before being considered for this position.

Reference Number: 40-25791

Salary Grade: 024

Employment Type: Exempt

Org: SU-Surgery Administration

Special Requirements: Background check required after a conditional job offer is made. Consideration of the background check will be tailored to the requirements of the job.

Job Family: I-Technical/Professional Research