Psychiatric epidemiology is becoming increasingly critical to our understanding of the publics health. Dr. Jaimie Gradus is looking for a full time (40 hours/week) Project Coordinator to assist with her NIMH-funded psychiatric epidemiological research examining risk of suicide, the consequences of trauma, and novel treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder in populations. The project coordinator will be involved with the day to day operations of these projects, as well as playing a key role in scientific discussions about the execution of the projects and contributing to writing scientific manuscripts, presentations and reports from this work. The project coordinator will have the opportunity to develop their own papers on these topics and be encouraged to engage in professional development. The project coordinator will have weekly check-in meetings with Dr. Gradus as well as attending all regular departmental meetings.
Master's degree and 3-5 years' experience required
Opportunities to lead and co-author manuscripts
Training in data analysis and manuscript writing
Professional development Applicants should be detail-oriented, have strong scientific writing skills, and be interested in a research career. Dr. Gradus is highly committed to supporting diversity in academia and encourages applicants who will contribute to the inclusive, equitable, and diverse environment at the Boston University School of Public Health.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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