Job description

Duties: Support research at every level in exploring circadian clocks in healthy volunteers and patients suffering acute and chronic diseases, and to develop a deeper understanding of how these circadian clocks relate to health and disease. The main functions of this position are to assist recruiting healthy volunteers and patients; to monitor study enrollment; to set up wearable devices for physiological data collection, to deploy these devices, monitor successful data collection, retrieve these devices back from participants and read out collected data; to assist setting up data management solutions; to assist performing data quality checks; to assist collecting biospecimens from study participants; perform routine research experiments on these biospecimens such as genotyping assays using PCR and mass spectrometry.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree and 0 to 1 year of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Good computer skills required, experience with human subjects research is preferred; experience with Molecular Biology preferred

Reference Number: 40-26226

Salary Grade: 023

Employment Type: Non-Exempt

Org: PH-Pharmacology

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Job Family: 6-Technical Scientific/Statistical




Diversity Profile: University



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Posted: 6/29/2017
Application Due: 6/29/2018
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