This would be an ideal position for candidates currently pursuing or who have completed medical school programs (MDs/ DOs) and are seeking a solid 1-2 yr research experience. Any prior clinical and lab research experience would be a plus.

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GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Responsible for the collection and analysis of data derived from the orthopedic research program

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Schedule research subjects assessments: Collect and analyze laboratory data: Assist with clinical study assessments as directed: Assist with manuscript/abstract preparation as deemed appropriate: Assist with protocol development and review as deemed appropriate: Assist with Biomechanical test preparation for studies as directed the job holder must demonstrate current competencies for job position.

EDUCATION: A Bachelor’s degree (BE/BS/Bsc./BSN) in biology, biomechanics, kinesiology, anthropology, or related field is required.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 6 months hands-on experience with laboratory based research and data processing techniques.  Experience with human subjects trials.  Experience with biomechanical testing preferred.

KNOWLEDGE: Strong grasp of Good Clinical Practices (GCP) in human subjects research. Knowledge of medical practices terminology. General knowledge in musculoskeletal anatomy. Basic understanding of biomechanical and motion testing strategies. General knowledge in musculoskeletal anatomy.

SKILLS: Skilled in effective and compassionate communication with research patients. Skilled in the interpretation of human motion data. Skilled in identification of anatomic structures. Skilled in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access

ABILITIES: Ability to communicate complex concepts clearly and effectively. Ability to set priorities among multiple projects. Ability to interact with research subjects, staff, and physicians. Ability to follow SOP's and verbal instructions.