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BIOSPECIMEN COORDINATOR - ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH PROGRAMS SMPH/WI ALZHMRS INS/ALZHMR INS Madison
BIOSPECIMEN COORDINATOR - ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH PROGRAMS summary: The Alzheimer's disease (AD) Research programs at UW-Madison are hiring one coordinator for the AD Biospecimen Lab. The incumbent in this position will be part of a collaborative team of research specialists responsible for all stages of study-related biologic specimen collection, documentation, tracking, and use; the incumbent will report to the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention within the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute. Our research is designed to identify predictive biomarker pathology, health and lifestyle features that confer risk and resilience, effective prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of AD. Our bio-sample repository of blood, cerebrospinal fluid, nervous, and brain tissue is essential for advancing our research goals. Applicant's experience and materials should demonstrate exemplary organization, attention to detail, interest in human biological research, ability to work cooperatively in a team environment, proactive engagement, initiative taking, and problem solving. We support the Wisconsin Brain Donor Program; brain donation and biorepository freezer call coverage. SMPH is committed to being a diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals, LGBTQ+ and non-binary identities, women, persons with disabilities, military service members and veterans are strongly encouraged.
TECHNICAL OPERATIONS PROJECT MANAGER SMPH/CTR HLTH DISPARITIES RES Madison
TECHNICAL OPERATIONS PROJECT MANAGER summary: We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join the Center for Health Disparities Research (CHDR) Data Operations team to help provide technical project management and strategic guidance for data-driven projects and operational development. In collaboration with center leadership, this individual will provide functional direction to the data operations team and other stakeholders, including affiliated scientific staff, to further research efforts. This position will primarily facilitate both large- and small-scale Data Operations team projects related to the Neighborhoods Study - a multisite study comprising 22 Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers across the US investigating social determinants of health in the context of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia. Additionally, this individual will contribute to other CHDR goals of a technical nature, including facilitating the development of a novel collaborative infrastructure of contextual exposure for future social-biological phenotypic evaluation. This position will be an integral member of a team of Data Engineers and Data Analysts that work with a variety of programming languages including Python, R, SQL, MATLAB; neuroimaging tools such as FSL, Freesurfer, and MRICron; geospatial tools such as ArcGIS; and Microsoft Azure cloud-based technologies. This individual will provide essential support in planning projects and setting milestones, assessing needs and balancing priorities in alignment with center goals, triaging issues and proposing alternatives, and communicating technical concepts to a broad audience. As such, the ideal candidate for this position will possess technical understanding and/or experience in one or more of the following conceptual areas: data science, data engineering/warehousing, computer science, cybersecurity, and research data management.
TOBACCO ENFORCEMENT SPECIALIST - NORTHWEST WI SMPH/POP HEALTH SCI/POP HLTH Northwestern Wisconsin
TOBACCO ENFORCEMENT SPECIALIST - NORTHWEST WI summary: The Wisconsin Tobacco Prevention and Control Program is seeking a Tobacco Enforcement Specialist (TES) located in Northwest Wisconsin. The Tobacco Enforcement Specialist will be responsible for aspects of the FDA tobacco enforcement contract including conducting tobacco investigations in assigned region; gathering tobacco investigation information and evidence; and communicating with the State Program Coordinator for all activities and tobacco retail inspections. This position works remotely from home, requires significant in-state travel with the use of a personal vehicle; evening and weekend hours as necessary, and some overnight stays.
BIOINFORMATICS SCIENTIST SMPH/CTR HUM GENOMICS PREC MED Madison
BIOINFORMATICS SCIENTIST summary: This NEW position is part of a growing Center. Are you interested in a collaborative and growth-oriented team environment that supports genomic and precision medicine research? We invite you to consider bringing your talents and experience to our Precision Medicine Research Service and the Center for Human Genomics and Precision Medicine.
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR - ALZHEIMER'S NEUROIMAGING SMPH/MEDICINE/GER-AD DEV Madison
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR - ALZHEIMER'S NEUROIMAGING summary: The lab of Dr. Sterling Johnson, within the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC), seeks a Clinical Research Coordinator to join our Neuroimaging study team! The successful candidate will work to activate and coordinate neuroimaging research studies involving cognitively healthy adults and those with memory impairment. The Neuroimaging research group is committed to promoting from within; encouraging attaining new skills, job shadowing, and continuous learning and growth.
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR SMPH\PEDIATRICS\AIR Madison
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR summary: The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a part-time Clinical Research Coordinator to contribute to the Systems Biology of Early Atopy (SUNBEAM) study, which is a part of a network of researchers studying food allergy.
FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM ASSISTANT SMPH/MEDICINE/INFECT DIS Madison
FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM ASSISTANT summary: This position will primarily be performing administrative duties for the Infectious Disease fellowship and education programs.
RESEARCHER SMPH/NEUROSCIENCE Madison
RESEARCHER summary: The Czajkowski Lab in the School of Medicine and Public Health, Department of Neuroscience is looking to hire an experienced Researcher to the team. The Researcher will contribute to a highly collaborative team studying ion channel biology using electrophysiology, molecular biology, biochemistry, microscopy and biophysical approaches. Please click on this job to learn more about this exciting opportunity!
WISOR RESEARCHER SMPH/SURGERY/WISOR Madison
WISOR RESEARCHER summary: Are you looking for an opportunity to put your problem solving and project coordination skills to use? Do you enjoy using analytic, organizational, and interpersonal skills to advance research studies? The lab of Dr. Corrine Voils is hiring a Researcher to coordinate NIH- and VA-funded research studies focused on weight management. If you are interested in being part of a vibrant health services research program that offers a collaborative work environment, ample opportunities for professional development, and a hybrid office-remote workplace, please apply today!
RESEARCH SERVICES MANAGER SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
RESEARCH SERVICES MANAGER summary: The Department of Radiology, University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine & Public Health is seeking a Research Services Manager (RSM) who will serve as the liaison in the radiomics (machine learning in radiology imaging) projects ongoing in Dr. Tiwari's lab.
DATA SCIENTIST I SMPH/SURGERY/SURG ONC Madison
DATA SCIENTIST I summary: The Zafar lab in the department of Surgery and the UW Critical Care Medicine Data Science Lab are searching for a Data Scientist to join their team! This position is responsible for the development and execution of high-impact machine learning and statistical modeling projects for improving patient outcomes. Select our job for more information!
MEDICAL PROGRAM ASSISTANT SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
MEDICAL PROGRAM ASSISTANT summary: The Department of Radiology, University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine & Public Health is seeking a Medical Program Assistant to provide direct support to faculty. This position will be responsible for the coordination of complex daily clinical, academic, and administrative activities, as well as the coordination and organization of the faculty's communications, meeting planning, and travel.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY SMPH/SURGERY/TRAUMA Madison
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY summary: This Medical Program Assistant in the Department of Surgery assists faculty and other staff by coordinating their complex daily activities allowing them to complete the successful performance of their teaching, research, service, clinical, outreach, and administrative duties. This role requires excellent administrative, organizational, oral and written communication skills and an innovative, collaborative, service-oriented, and strategic individual would be a great addition on our productive administrative team!
DATA SCIENTIST II SMPH/MEDICINE/PULMON MED Madison
DATA SCIENTIST II summary: We are seeking a Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing Data Scientist to contribute to cutting-edge research in the field of health informatics with a focus in pre-trained clinical language models, computable phenotypes in healthcare, health outcomes research, applied machine learning using electronic health record data, and high-throughput information extraction. Join a unique lab of physician-scientists, clinical informatics experts, statisticians, engineers, and computer scientists to innovate and develop models that are closely linked to healthcare practice with opportunities to implement your work into real-time with the goal of bedside clinical decision support. The Data Scientist will work within the UW Critical Care Medicine (ICU) Data Science Lab and across our collaborating sites, whose research focuses on using electronic health record data to improve the care of hospitalized patients. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the development and build high-impact machine learning and natural language processing models. The individual will use computational methods for preprocessing and feature engineering data from the electronic health record. We are looking for a candidate who could fill a clinical Natural Language Processing subspecialty in our lab. The staff member will be responsible for providing data for abstract and manuscript submissions and should have prior experience in hosting data challenges/hackathons. They will also assist with the development of abstracts, posters, presentations, and manuscripts and will be involved in project monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, oversight of trainees, and dissemination of program results. This individual will work in close collaboration with the data management team.
BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST SMPH/ADMIN/ACAD INFO SYSTEMS Madison
BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST summary: We are searching for a Business Systems Analyst to support our administrative and educational software applications in the School of Medicine and Public Health as part of the Application Support team. Select our job for more details!
RESEARCH SPECIALIST SMPH/MED MICROBIO/MED MICRO Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST summary: The Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology is looking for a motivated individual to join the Knoll research lab. This research specialist position will work closely with the principal investigator and lab to study the effects of chronic Toxoplasma gondii infection in animals.
RESEARCHER II SMPH/GENETICS/GENETICS Madison
RESEARCHER II summary: The Department of Medical Genetics is seeking a Researcher II to join the team. The successful candidate will provide expertise to research investigating the role of mitochondrial factors on aging and age-related diseases.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PARTNER SMPH/RES SUPP/CTR COM ENG Milwaukee
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PARTNER summary: This position is located in Milwaukee, WI, and will be responsible for executing ongoing engagement activities, attending community health fairs, faith-based events, and other community programs to share information about AoU with the community and recruit into the study. The Milwaukee All of Us (AoU) Outreach Associate is a critical member of the AoU Wisconsin UW team operating from Center for Community Engagement and Health Partnerships (CCEHP). The Outreach Associate helps prepare and conduct community education events about the All of Us Research Program, genomics, and chronic health disease - or other areas of interest identified by the community as areas of priority. Data collection duties include collection of Participant Interest Cards and tracking the number of individuals who demonstrate interest in enrolling in the AoU Research Program, management of re-contacting said individuals, along with record keeping of AoU Milwaukee activities for bi-monthly program reports. This position will attend weekly staff meetings with UW CCEHP AoU Milwaukee staff.
WISOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR SMPH/SURGERY/WISOR Madison
WISOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR summary: The Wisconsin Surgical Outcomes Research Program (WiSOR) is seeking an Administrative Director to support our rapidly growing program. WiSOR is an interdisciplinary, multi-investigator research program that supports a wide variety of outcomes-focused research, including health care disparities, comparative effectiveness research, patterns of care, and performance and safety in surgical care. This position helps lead the strategic planning and growth of WiSOR, is a key partner to WiSOR faculty and research staff, and supports the daily operations of the WiSOR research program. Click on this job to learn more!
GI & HEPATOLOGY CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR SMPH/MEDICINE/GASTROENT Madison
GI & HEPATOLOGY CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR summary: The Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, in the Department of Medicine at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator to join our research team! Working as part of a team of coordinators in the division’s clinical research office, this position coordinates the complex administrative requirements of assigned studies and assists providers/investigators and other staff in conducting the studies according to protocols. The division’s research office supports more than 20 providers and runs a wide range of clinical trials in areas including inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, Celiac disease, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, Hepatorenal Syndrome and Hepatic Encephalopathy.

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