This research assistant position will work primarily with Drs Stephanie Mayer and James Genuario at the CU Sports Medicine/Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver clinical facility at Inverness. This is a full-time position which will assist and coordinate clinical and biomechanical research in orthopedics. Specifically, Drs Mayer and Genuario specialize in sports medicine and arthroscopy, with further focus on hip preservation, knee injuries, shoulder injuries, and adolescent sports medicine. 

The research assistant will be involved in all phases of research including IRB and grant writing, data collection, patient interaction for consenting and outcomes collection, manuscript writing, and manuscript submission. The RA will be in charge of keeping track of all patients who are eligible for consent into databases and ongoing studies as well as managing their follow up. The RA will be involved in several multi center studies and will participate in coordinator calls and will be in charge of keeping our center cleared to participate.

Professional Field

Clinical research in orthopedics

Examples of Work Performed

The duties and responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

Supervision Received

The research assistant reports to Dr Stephanie Mayer and Dr James Genuario.

Supervision Exercised

The Research Assistant will not supervise other employees.

Minimum Qualifications  

Applicants must meet minimum qualifications at the time of hire:

Preferred Qualifications

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

To be successful in this position, candidates will need the following:

The Department of Orthopedics is currently accepting applications for this position!

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