Tag Archives: Alumni

Clinical Research Coordinator Position in the Snapper Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital

Brought to you by Sarah Wall ’16

At Boston Children’s Hospital, success is measured in patients treated, parents comforted and teams taught. It’s in discoveries made, processes perfected, and technology advanced. In major medical breakthroughs and small acts of kindness. And in colleagues who have your back and patients who have your heart. As the teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, their reach is global and their impact is profound. Join their acclaimed Division of GI/Nutrition and discover how your talents can change lives. Yours included.

They are looking for a talented and motivated Clinical Research Assistant I to join Dr. Scott Snapper’s Lab in the IBD Center at Boston Children’s Hospital. You will be working with a research team that is focused on better understanding the genetic, environmental, and microbial factors that lead to the pathogenesis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. To advance their understanding of this complex disease, they leverage expertise in gastroenterology, mucosal immunology, genomics/bioinformatics, and translational medicine. They are looking for a person who is motivated, eager to learn and will work well in a quickly adaptive environment.

This Clinical Research Assistant I will be responsible for:

  • Coordinating various clinical and translational research studies.
  • Recruiting and enrolling study participants in an inpatient and outpatient clinical setting.
  • Collecting and processing of biological specimens.
  • Completing data entry for active studies.
  • Assisting with the analysis of clinical metadata compiled through various databases.
  • Performing a variety of innovative translational and clinical research studies.
  • Opportunities that exist, depending on interest and need, for involvement in studies related to analysis of human sequencing data, as well as translational research techniques.

Learn more about the position on their website.

Research Specialist at University of Wisconsin – Madison

Application deadline December 18th.

A position is available in the WNPRC Genetics Services Unit overseen by Dr. David O’Connor at the AIDS Vaccine Research Laboratory. Genetics Services is a research service unit that specializes in fee-for-service high-throughput genotyping of immune loci in nonhuman primates (NHP). Understanding NHP genetics is essential for unlocking the secrets of AIDS immunity, organ transplant tolerance, and susceptibility to infectious disease. The applicant will provide technical assistance to help design experiments and develop improved technologies for understanding the relationship between genetics and disease, while working with other laboratories that provide NHP samples for advanced analyses available only through Genetics Services.

Learn more in Handshake.

Clinical Research Coordinator at Faustman Immunobiology Lab

Another position brought to us by an alum! Thank you Michael Yang ’17!!

Application deadline December 21st.
The Faustman Immunobiology Lab is running an innovative Phase II clinical trial focused on the treatment of type 1 diabetes. Located at Massachusetts General Hospital, they are testing the potential of BCG, their study drug, to reverse type I diabetes in adults and children. Please visit www.faustmanlab.org to familiarize yourself with their work. They are seeking a highly motivated candidate with an interest in clinical research. Through this position, you will have first-hand experience conducting a clinical trial under FDA supervision, as well as gain an understanding of the importance and challenges of translational research. In addition, you will have extensive patient interaction and gain blood drawing skills.
Successful applicants might have previous experience consenting and enrolling patients in clinical research studies, analyzing research data and designing new studies. All applicants must be able to commit to 2 years of work (or more if desired). If offered the position, exceptional candidates can expect to work on a project that will lead to a publication in a scientific journal. Impeccable organization skills and the ability to effectively communicate with other lab members and patients are a must. They are a small, diverse lab looking for an ambitious person who is eager to learn about diabetes and autoimmunity and to successfully complete several research projects.

Research Fellowships, Yale Child Study Center

The Yale Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) and Yale  Social and Affective Neurodevelopment of Autism Program (SANA)  is interested in recruiting highly qualified students for exciting pre-doctoral fellowships for current graduates or graduating seniors.  The positions will commence July 2019.

Yale Fellowship in Developmental Psychopathology and Social Neuroscience

Successful applicants will be involved in a 2-year training program involving clinical research experience. The primary training experience will be in daily activities related to behavioral, psychophysiological, eye-tracking and neuroimaging studies of toddlers and children with and without autism. With research mentorship, selected applicants will be expected to guide a pre-determined project of research from the point of data collection through analysis and publication of results.

Interested students should send cover page, CV, official transcripts, and personal statements no later than January 15, 2019 in order to be considered for the position. Letters of recommendation are due by January 25, 2019.  Additional information about the lab can be found on our website:  https://medicine.yale.edu/lab/chawarska/autismcenter/

Questions regarding the Yale Fellowship in Developmental Psychopathology and Social Neuroscience may be directed to Dr. Suzanne Macari at sanalab@yale.edu.

Research Assistant at the Division of Immunology of the Children’s Hospital, Boston

A Research Assistant position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Raif Geha at the Division of Immunology of the Children’s Hospital, Boston. This position is ideal for candidates interested in basic immunology research. A two-year commitment is required.

The research assistant will work as part of a team of scientists who focus on the molecular and cellular mechanisms of allergic diseases (atopic dermatitis, asthma and food allergy). Responsibilities include but are not limited to in vivo and in vitro experimentation with mice and isolated cells, preparation and running samples for flow cytometry, maintaining cell cultures, and performing molecular and cellular assays. The research assistant will also assist with maintaining the mouse colony, so comfort with animal handling and research is a requirement.

The ideal candidate should be proactive, have strong critical thinking skills, attention to detail, and organizational skills, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. A degree in related fields (such as immunology, molecular biology, and/or biochemistry) strongly preferred. Previous laboratory experience, particularly with murine experimentation and husbandry is desired.

Please email current CV and the names of three references to:

Juan Manuel Leyva Castillo, PhD
Immunology Division
Children’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School

Genesis Software Early Career Program at Honeywell

Application deadline 11/30.
The Genesis Software Early Career Program at Honeywell is designed for people passionate about technology and its ability to improve the world. You will work following agile software development methodologies. You will assess new technologies and figure out how they can differentiate Honeywell’s products in the marketplace. You will help drive innovation through collaboration with colleagues utilizing varying technologies and domains. You will actively engage with domain authorities to develop creative ideas and solutions. You will have the opportunity for continued education.
  • Three 8 month rotations through Honeywell businesses and locations (Phoenix, AZ and Atlanta, GA).
  • Challenging projects and assignments focused on developing software skills.
  • Partner and network with leading software developers and business leaders through annual summits, international workshops and mentorship.

Learn more in Handshake.

Stetson Powell Orthopedic Year Long Pre-Med Internship

Stetson Powell Orthopedics and Sports Medicine is looking to hire six recent graduates and aspiring doctors for its year-long, paid internship program. This internship is designed to provide practical experience to college graduates bound for medical school. The interns work directly with the physicians and will learn how to take medical histories, document patient present illnesses, review X-ray and MRI results from the in-office X-ray and MRI machines, and to synthesize information into possible diagnoses. The interns will have the opportunity to attend both arthroscopic and open surgery of the shoulder, knee, elbow, hip, and ankle. They will engage in ongoing research projects with the goal of publishing their projects in peer-reviewed journals. Finally, the interns have the opportunity to learn the business side of medicine by sitting in on business and financial meetings of the group and occasionally assisting with the overall operation of the office. Our program started in 2005 and we are proud that all of our interns have been accepted into medical school.

The internship program begins each year on the first of June. Qualifications are students who have recently graduated from a university, taken the MCAT, and plan on attending medical school. Interest in Orthopedics is preferred, but not required as this experience will help all aspiring doctors.

More information about the internship can be found on their website http://www.stetsonpowell.com/internship/.

If you are interested in applying, please have e-mail a cover letter and resume to Andrew Bannister.