Emily Altman, a Clinical Research Coordinator Associate on our team, will be starting a PhD in Epidemiology at the University of California, Berkeley in Fall 2019.
Would you like to:
Gain experience conducting community-based public health research?
Work to reduce health disparities in minority and low-income communities?
Build your resume for medical school/nursing school/PhD and more?
We are looking for a passionate, motivated, responsible, and detail-oriented Clinical Research Coordinator to join our team. This full-time position helps with the coordination of data collection, training of students, data collection, data entry and cleaning, data analysis, and synthesis of study findings.
This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in obesity prevention, community-based research, medicine, or health policy.
Competitive applicants should:
Have a Master’s degree in public health, nutrition, or practical experience conducting research
Be able to drive to schools or other community sites
Have experience with data analysis and research applications (e.g. STATA, REDCap, Qualtrics, Microsoft Office Suite)
Be able to commit to working in position for at least 2 years
If you are interested, please apply at: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/clinical-%20research-coordinator-associate-6209
We are looking for individuals who are interested in public health, community-based research, health policy, and nutrition to work with our team this summer.
Gala Moreno, a Clinical Research Assistant on our team, will be starting medical school at the University of California, San Francisco in Fall 2019.
In February 2019, Jeff Ezennia gave a presentation “Drink Tap: A Multi-Sector Effort to Promote Water Access and Intake in San Francisco Parks” at the Chinatown Task Force on Children’s Oral Health meeting.
Amanda Cooper presented her masters thesis work, “A Qualitative Assessment of Facilitators and Barriers to Excellence in Drinking Water Access in Schools" at the region 9/10 Academic Pediatric Association Conference in Monterrey, California. She was selected to receive an award for her work.
Gala Moreno also presented research examining “Drinking Water Language in California School District Wellness Policies.”