View Full Version : Job Openings at the Anderson Orthopaedic Research Institute

Robert Hopper
07-25-2002, 01:44 AM
The Anderson Orthopaedic Research Institute (AORI) is currently seeking to
fill two full-time positions that are described below. AORI is a
non-profit research organization that was founded in 1972. The Institute
is based in Alexandria, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC, and is
world-renown for clinically-oriented research related to hip and knee
replacement. For more information about AORI, see our website
(www.aori.org). If you are willing to work in the Northern Virginia area,
please e-mail a resume with a cover letter indicating the position(s) that
interest you and your salary requirements. E-mail should be sent to
research@aori.org. Alternately, applicant information can be faxed to
(703) 799-5981 or sent to AORI, P.O. Box 7088, Alexandria, VA 22307.
Members of the Research Institute are included as co-authors on all work
stemming from their research. While relevant experience is desirable, AORI
regards itself as a training institute and we will gladly provide on-the
-job training for capable individuals who are ambitious and self-motivated.

Hip Clinical Studies Project Director

This individual will be responsible for AORI's ongoing research related to
the clinical outcome of total hip arthroplasty. The primary job
responsibilities will involve conducting prospective and retrospective
clinical outcome studies and managing our internal database that tracks the
outcome of over 7000 total hip arthroplasty procedures. These job
responsibilities will entail working closely with experienced orthopaedic
surgeons to design and implement research studies. Computer proficiency is
essential. Prior experience related to clinical outcome studies,
statistics, and/or database management is desirable but not necessary.

Knee Laboratory Research Assistant

The primary job responsibilities related to this position will involve
histologic and mechanical evaluation of knee implants. Prior laboratory
and orthopaedic-related experience are desirable but not necessary. This
position might be ideal for someone who has completed a bachelor or
graduate degree and is looking for clinically-relevant experience related
to orthopaedic implant design and performance evaluation.

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