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SMPH DIRECTOR FOR CONTRACTS SMPH\ADMIN\FISCAL AFFAIRS Madison
The School of Medicine and Public Health at UW Madison is seeking an experienced Director for Contracts to join their team. Reporting to the Senior Associate Dean for Finance/CFO of SMPH, the Director for Contracts will oversee the Research Policy Committee of the school and be responsible for both the creation and dissemination of policies, consulting with faculty, and bringing together stakeholders needed to create, review and approve complex agreements. The position will supervise an existing Contract Specialist position and will work closely with the Assistant Dean for Research and the Director of the Office of Industry Engagement.
EDUCATION COORDINATOR - ELECTIVES SMPH/MEDICINE/MEDICINE Madison
The Medical Student Education Program in the Department of Medicine is recruiting for an Instructional Specialist (Associate or no-prefix). This is the largest Department on the UW-Madison campus and carries out the largest amount of undergraduate medical education in the School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH). The Medical Student Education Program coordinates and implements the education and training activities of 170 - 340 Phase 3 medical students annually. The Instructional Specialist coordinates aspects for these medical students to meet the goals of the Education Program and Department of Medicine. The incumbent works under the direction of the faculty Course Directors, Associate Vice Chair for Undergraduate Medical Education, our Phase 3 Director and our Instructional Program Manager (Medical Student Program Manager). The Instructional Specialist position serves as a center for all medical student elective activities within the Department and functions as a liaison with the School of Medicine and Public Health. Support for the Clinical Therapeutics course will require 25% - 30% of this position's effort. This position will assist with implementation of educational programs and provide functional support with a delegated range of decision-making and the requirement to exercise judgement.
GRANTS MANAGER, ICTR SMPH/ICTR/ICTR-ADM Madison
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) if seeking an experienced Grants Manager to join their team! Housed within the UW School of Medicine and Public Health and established in 2007, the Institute for Clinical and Translational research (ICTR) brings together four UW Schools (SMPH, Nursing, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine), the College of Engineering and the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation in an infrastructure to support clinical and translational research investigators and scholars across multiple settings (ictr.wisc.edu). The Grants Manager is a key member of the ICTR Administration, providing grants management and financial expertise for ICTR core faculty (~15) and research staff (approx. 10), and managing pre-and post-award activities for federal and non-federal funded programs, including sub- awards. This person serves as a source of instruction about grants management to junior scholars across ICTR programs. In collaboration with the ICTR Executive Director of Finance, the Grants Manager will identify and develop funding strategies, promote opportunities for external support and manage a portfolio of sponsored projects numbering ~100. This person also serves as the key source of support and management associated with ICTR pre- and post-doctoral scholar training programs, and must effectively establish and maintain outstanding communication and interaction with colleagues and scholars in the UW SMPH and Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP), as well as ICTR partner schools and college, UW Health, and Marshfield Clinic. The incumbent interacts regularly with personnel at NIH offices, other CTSA programs, subcontractors, industry collaborators and sponsors. The Grants Manager will have a primary role in preparation of ICTR annual progress reports, as well as the NIH CTSA renewal application. S/he will report directly to the ICTR Administrative Director.
RESEARCH CORE MANAGER SMPH/SURGERY/SURGERY ADMIN Madison
The Department of Surgery in the School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking a Research Core Manager who will provide oversight and management of the Department's Biostatistical and Research Programming Core. This position will be the primary point of contact for all faculty requests for support and will assess project feasibility, implementation, and distribution of work amongst the Core. The position will also be involved in grant budgeting for Core resources and managing effort within the Core on funded projects.
EVALUATION RESEARCHER SMPH/POP HEALTH INST/PHI Madison
The Population Health Institute at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking candidates with a history of applied research to join our team of professional evaluators. We are especially interested in candidates with a proven track record of experience with complex data management and descriptive data analysis. The Institute advances health and well-being for all by developing and evaluating interventions and promoting evidence-based approaches to policy and practice at the local, state, and national levels. The Institute works across the full spectrum of factors that contribute to health. We expect that these positions will support evaluation of community-, school-, and clinic-based health promotion and youth development programs. Assignments will change over time. The Institute values its talented staff, promotes work-life balance, and career development.
PREAWARD RESEARCH ADMINISTRATOR - UW CARBONE CANCER CENTER SMPH/CARBONE CANC CTR/CANC CTR Madison
The University of Wisconsin Madison, Carbone Cancer Center seeks to hire a Preaward Research Administrator. Bachelor's degree in health administration, biological sciences, social sciences, business or related field required. Knowledge of NIH and other federal and university regulations for the conduct of research preferred.
HELP DESK ANALYST SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking a Help Desk Analyst. This position will be responsible for the computer needs of those in the department.
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR SMPH/SURGERY/SURGERY ADMIN Madison
The Department of Surgery is looking for a Clinical Research Coordinator for their Office of Clinical Research. This position involves study coordination of multiple clinical trials conducted by Department of Surgery investigators. This involves the daily management of subjects enrolled in clinical trials and the administrative management of clinical trial activity for industry-sponsored, NIH-funded, and investigator-initiated trials. This position may be a good fit for new graduates who have an interest in a future healthcare career or want to establish a career in clinical research.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) SPECIALIST SMPH/PEDIATRICS/PEDIATRICS Madison
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a Continuing Professional Development Manager to serve as a departmental resource and expert for Quality Improvement, Continuing Professional Development, and Maintenance of Certification. This position is responsible for planning and programming educational activities sponsored by or created in collaboration with the Department.
REGIONAL OUTREACH SPECIALIST - NORTHEAST WISCONSIN SMPH/MEDICINE/TOBACCO RE Northeastern Wisconsin
The UW Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (UW-CTRI) seeks a Regional Outreach Specialist to serve the Northeastern Wisconsin region. The specialist will work independently in the region – with support and oversight from the UW-CTRI office in Madison and colleagues across the state – to provide resources, training and assistance to healthcare operations and translate research into evidence-based treatment programs. Frequent travel throughout Northeastern Wisconsin and occasional travel to Madison will be required. Base location within the region is flexible – see full posting for details.
WHOLE HEALTH PROJECT EDITOR SMPH/FAMILY MED/RES GRANTS Madison
The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health is looking for an Whole Heath Project Editor to join our team.The position primarily provides writing and editorial assistance, and materials development and production oversight, in association with a DFMCH project through contract with the Veterans Health Administration.
SCIENTIST - WISCONSIN ALZHEIMER'S INSTITUTE SMPH/WI ALZHMRS INS/ALZHMR INS Madison
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute (WAI) is committed to health equity and aims to improve the quality of life of persons living with dementia and their families across the state through research and community engagement. Our purpose is to increase awareness of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders, to identify and disseminate strategies to reduce dementia risk, to convene stakeholders across the state, to improve access to quality dementia care services, and to develop and support culturally-tailored, effective clinical and community-based models of care. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team in furthering our research in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. The successful applicant will be able to work independently and apply critical thinking to assigned tasks from the WAI Director and Associate Director. It is expected that the successful candidate will contribute to the science and the writing of manuscripts and grant applications that are initiated from the WAI. TheWisconsin Alzheimer's Institute has a deep and profound commitment to diversity both as an end in itself but, also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.
GME PROGRAM COORDINATOR SMPH/SURGERY/SURGERY ADMIN Madison
The GME Program Coordinator (PC) works within the Office of Education at the UW Department of Surgery and assists in the administration and daily operations of the surgical residency and fellowship programs. The PC reports to the GME Program Manager to collaboratively ensure the ongoing accreditation and success of the training programs. The PC assists the assigned divisional Program Director in the day-to-day activities involved in the maintenance of residency programs, and residents within.
ENDOCRINOLOGY FELLOWSHIP COORDINATOR SMPH/MEDICINE/ENDOCRINOL Madison
The Student Services Coordinator maintains oversight and professional educational support for the educational programs and activities in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism in the Department of Medicine. This person reports to the Division Administrator, and works collaboratively with the Directors of the Endocrinology Fellowship Program, UWHC Graduate Medical Education Office, Department of Medicine Director of Education, Department of Medicine Fellowships Coordinator, faculty, and staff who assist in providing educational experiences for our fellows. The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity both as an end in itself but, also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.
REGULATORY SPECIALIST SMPH/OPHTHAL&VIS SCI/GEN Madison
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences is seeking a Regulatory Specialist to join their team! Individuals with experience in clinical trials or health care related research are highly encouraged to apply!
RESEARCH SPECIALIST SMPH/FAMILY MED/RES GRANTS Madison
The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health is seeking a Research Specialist to join Dr. Randy Brown's Research Team!
RESEARCHER- HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY SMPH/MEDICINE/HEM-ONC Madison
The researcher will work in the UW laboratory of Dr. John Sheehan, M.D. in the Division of Hematology-Oncology, Department of Medicine and UW Comprehensive Cancer Center. Seeking a motivated and independent scientist to participate in basic and translational research approaches to understanding the regulation of hemostasis and thrombosis. Our laboratory is focused on the in vivo regulation of factor IXa, the rate limiting step in blood coagulation. The first area of emphasis is evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo interactions of factor IXa with the natural anticoagulant proteins antithrombin, protein S and protein C, employing a panel of factor IX variants and in vivo models of bleeding and thrombosis in the mouse. The second area is a translational approach evaluating the role of circulating factor IXa as a biomarker for hypercoagulable states associated with hormone-induced thrombosis and cancer. Successful applicants should be able to work both independently and as part of a team, embrace the learning of new techniques/approaches and demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving in daily tasks. Successful applicants are most likely to have previous publications that demonstrate their ability to work independently and drive the day to day progress of experimental approaches. The applicant will be expected to contribute to the writing of manuscripts and grant applications, supervise laboratory maintenance and organization, and maintain well-documented laboratory records.
SCIENTIST-HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY SMPH/MEDICINE/HEM-ONC Madison
The scientist will work in the UW laboratory of Dr. John Sheehan, M.D. in the Division of Hematology-Oncology, Department of Medicine and UW Comprehensive Cancer Center. Seeking a motivated and independent scientist to participate in basic and translational research approaches to understanding the regulation of hemostasis and thrombosis. Our laboratory is currently focused on the in vivo regulation of factor IXa, the rate limiting step in blood coagulation. The first area of emphasis is evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo interactions of factor IXa with the natural anticoagulant proteins antithrombin, protein S and protein C, employing a panel of factor IX variants and in vivo murine models of bleeding and thrombosis. The second area is a translational approach evaluating the role of circulating factor IXa as a biomarker for hypercoagulable states associated with hormone induced thrombosis and cancer. Successful applicants should be able to work both independently and as part of a team, embrace the learning of new techniques/approaches and demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving in daily tasks. Successful applicants are most likely to have a history of first author publications that demonstrate their ability to work independently and drive the day to day progress of experimental approaches. The applicant will be expected to contribute to the writing of manuscripts and grant applications, supervise laboratory maintenance and organization, and maintain well-documented laboratory records.
PEDIATRIC EDUCATION ADMIN ASST SMPH/PEDIATRICS/PEDIATRICS Madison
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking administrative program support for the Pediatric Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Undergraduate Medical Education divisions. Effective interaction with physicians, department personnel, and external organization is required. Apply now!
RESEARCH NURSE COORDINATOR - MEDICAL IMAGING SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking a Research Nurse Coordinator. This position will manage research subjects enrolled in clinical trials.

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