This person will provide assistance to a research group in the biomedical engineering program. Specifically, this person will be involved in the project management process alongside graduate students under the guidance of the principal investigator, will be responsible for reviewing previous and upcoming research protocols for accuracy and scientific merit, will be responsible for assisting with the data collection process, and will assist in the technical analysis of the data.
Technical Data Analysis: This person must be an experienced researcher with the ability to demonstrate professional judgment in making key decisions regarding research studies, data collection, and engineering analyses. This person must have time management capabilities and technical engineering skills to ensure that goals and milestones remain on track.
Technical Writing: Must have strong technical writing skills. This person will be involved in data analysis and approval as well as document writing, such as study protocols, journal publications, and abstracts. Will also assist in writing proposals, progress reports, and final reports that are sent to the sponsors.
Communication/travel: This person will interact with study sponsors, technical industry representatives, orthopaedic surgeons and clinical staffs, as well as hospital patients. Must be willing to travel for data collection and to attend major orthopaedic and bioengineering conferences.
Software/hardware: Experience with imaging tools such fluoroscopy and CT scans is required. Must have computer skills and the ability to learn software packages that are used for analysis of imaging data. Will be required to use these software packages to analyze patient data. Therefore, it is important that this person have knowledge software development as well as internet, literature and journal article searches to assist with preparation of appropriate documents.
IRB Protocol: Experience with the IRB process is a plus to ensure proper procedures are followed. This person will assist with the preparation of national and international applications and ongoing reports for clinical trial approvals and renewals. Will support the activities of the Principal Investigator in accordance with federal, state, local, institutional, and any other appropriate guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Internal Number: 185333
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