These positions work directly with the principal investigators and Sr. PRA. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: assisting with recruitment and consenting of subjects, data collection and management, and regulatory board submissions.

Limited travel to Boulder may be required.

Posting Description:

Primary Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • study recruitment;
  • consenting subjects;
  • scheduling and conducting study related visits, as required by the protocol;
  • study document management;
  • data collection and management;
  • preparation of regulatory documents for COMIRB, IACUC/WIRB submissions;
  • attending research meetings, and;
  • participation in educational, research and other activities related to sports medicine.
  • manuscript writing
  • data analysis
  • journal submission
  • assistant with animal surgeries (including rabbits, goat and horses)

Additional Posting Description: (Insert standard required language re: Salary commensurate with skills and experience, etc.)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a health related field.
  • Experience in clinical research.

Required Competencies/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge, skill and abilities include, but are not limited to:

  • outstanding organizational and time-management skills;
  • excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to develop solid rapport with others;
  • excellent oral and written skills with the ability to write and conduct daily communications;
  • self-motivated, proactive learner;
  • ability to collaborate with a variety of investigators and individuals;
  • basic knowledge of data collection and management;
  • familiarity with computer software including Microsoft Word and Excel, and ;
  • ability to represent the University, Department and CU Sports Medicine, internally and externally, in a professional and positive manner.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in health related field
  • Experience with statistical analysis

Benefits to the Fellow:

  • The fellow should expect to have 10 publications by the end of the research year
  • The fellow should expect abstract acceptance at major cartilage and sports medicine conferences
  • Fellow will have the ability to be 1st author on all papers that he/she significantly contributes to
  • This will undoubtedly bolster and enhance competitiveness for a position in orthopedic residency
  • The ability to collaborate with Sports Medicine Fellows, Orthopedic residents and other sports medicine attendants
  • Opportunities to observe surgical procedures
  • Ample opportunities to attend Orthopedics Grand Rounds, Sports Conferences, Journal Clubs and Cadaver Labs
  • Opportunities to present research at Orthopedics Conferences.

Special Instructions to Applicants: (Insert standard required language.)

Job Posting Contact: Interested candidates should send a brief cover letter, CV and expected started time to: Armando Vidal and Cecilia Pascual-Garrido

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