Clinical Research Fellow (Short Term Fellow/Intern)- AdventHealth Orlando
You Will Be Responsible For:
Designs, constructs and implements research proposals, protocols, and procedures, with a focus on oncology, and in support of the NCI strategy and strategic focus areas.
Assists with the analysis of research data in collaboration with Biostatisticians and Research dept.
Prepares scholarly manuscripts and final study reports (where applicable) to communicate results of the research to the broader scientific community
Supervises data collection by Research core staff including but not limited Clinical Operations, Oncology (or Cancer Specific Core for the cc), etc.
Attends and gives seminars under the direction of the Scientific Director or Senior Director.
Participates in scientific presentations and publication of research data.
Participates in Research grant application preparation.
What You Will Need:
Knowledge of the development and operation of clinical and basic science research protocols
MD and /or PhD in a scientific field such as chemistry, biology, or exercise science
Established competency in research as evidenced by published (peer reviewed) research and/or prior work experience
Knowledge or experience in investigator-initiated research in a clinical - research setting (Preferred)
Proven history of NIH, Pharmaceutical and/or equivalent research (Preferred)
The Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellows is a 12-month position designed to assist in the research at the AdventHealth Research Institute (AHRI) and participates in Industry/National Institute of Health (NIH)/Pharmaceutical and government sponsored and investigator-initiated research that supports the AHRI scientific research plan. Responsible for helping to develop a research program in their field area and provides guidance to other support staff in the performance of protocol specific tasks.
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