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  • Research coordinator at Northwestern University, Chicago, USA

    Laboratory of Soft Tissue Injury post SCI

    Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences

    The Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University



    Job Title: Research coordinator

    Description: A position for research coordinator is available immediately in
    the Laboratory of Soft Tissue Injury post SCI in Northwestern University in
    Chicago. The position is intended to support various research projects
    ongoing in our lab. The responsibilities of this position and qualifications
    include the following:



    Responsibilities:

    ü Subject recruitment, supervised by the PI. These subjects will
    include persons with musculoskeletal disorders, stroke, or spinal cord
    injury

    ü Participate in all aspects of animal study (rat and minipig)

    ü Participate in all aspects of data organization, management, and
    upkeep

    ü Set up and conduct experiments including subjects’ preparation, data
    collection equipment set up, and execution of protocol

    ü Instruct, train, supervise, and evaluated students in procedures and
    methods

    ü Maintain appropriate administrative records

    ü Prepare human subject experimental protocols for IRB review

    ü Prepare animal experimental protocols for IACUC review

    ü Participating team work to work around hours for some intensive
    protocols



    Qualifications:

    ü Bachelor’s degree required, a Master’s degree is a plus, preferably
    in biomedical sciences, clinical engineering, and related fields

    ü Experience of assisting biomedical research in an academic
    environment

    ü Experience of managing data

    ü Must possess excellent interpersonal and management skills

    ü Must have good writing skills

    ü Must have specialized skill and experience, or willing to take the
    training, in working with patient with musculoskeletal and/or neurological
    disorders.

    ü Previous experience with animal study (rat, minipig) is highly
    preferred, or willing to take the training and working with animals (rat,
    minipig).



    To apply, e-mail a cover letter with a statement of interests, a
    resume/curriculum vita, and the names of three individuals whom can be
    contacted as references to: Mohsen Makhsous, PhD. e-mail:
    m-makhsous2@northwestern.edu



    More information of the departments and lab can be found in following links:

    Northwestern University:

    www.northwestern.edu

    Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences:

    http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/nupthms/index.html

    Laboratory of Soft Tissue Injury post SCI

    http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/nupthms/research/makhsous/makhsous-home
    html#rehabilitation



    Northwestern University hereby reaffirms its diversity and affirmative
    action policy. It is the intention of the University to comply with all
    applicable law. To contribute to the national effort to improve opportunity
    for women and minorities, Northwestern actively seeks to recruit and retain
    minority and female students; and seeks women and minorities for employment
    positions. Northwestern's Affirmative Action effort is based on

    · the personal commitments of University officials, faculty and staff,

    · an adequate monitoring system,

    · The Department for Human Resources' implementation of objectives in staff
    employment,

    · rigorous search efforts overseen by the Provost in the faculty employment
    process,

    · and personal and written internal and external communications intended to
    disseminate relevant information to encourage attitudes in support of the
    policy.



    The University also seeks to further equal employment goals, externally,
    through the use of equal employment clauses in contracts and purchase orders
    and through efforts to establish working relationships with women and
    minority business firms who can meet the University's needs for goods or
    services.




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