The Center for Global Health at Weill Cornell Medical College invites applications for a 2-year global health research fellowship position based in New York, NY and offering unique opportunities to participate in global health research and program development. Our work focuses on global health research in the areas of HIV and chronic diseases (such as cardiovascular disease) in Haiti, Africa, and India. Our work includes studies in clinical epidemiology, clinical trials, and implementation science. The research assistant will report to Dr. Molly McNairy, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Weill Cornell Center for Global Health, and work with a team of research staff, students, fellows, and faculty in New York and at our international sites principally in Haiti. They will participate in scientific activities in multiple global health projects including study design and implementation, data analyses, manuscript preparation, dissemination, and development of proposals.
The research fellow will meet regularly with faculty they are assisting to create an individual development plan, review progress, trouble-shoot challenges, and guide analysis and writing of projects they are involved with.
Creating meeting agendas and documentation
Data cleaning and quality assurance
Database and dataset management
Performing literature reviews
Preparation of study forms
Research staff training
IRB study management
Assisting with grant proposal development
This 2-year will begin on or about 1st June 2024. Applications will remain open to candidates with U.S. citizenship or a visa to work in the U.S. until the position is filled. To apply, please send a letter describing research interests, writing sample, and curriculum vita to Nour Mourra (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please include “Research Assistant in Global Health – NY” in the subject line.