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The Academic Associate program is a one-year, full-time, paid position in the Department of Emergency Medicine designed for post-undergraduate, pre-medical students interested in clinical and translational research. Academic Associates help emergency medicine faculty with academic and scholarly activity and support the department by performing administrative duties.
When
25 October 2011 from 11:20 AM to 11:20 AM
Where
North Shore University Hospital Manhasset, New York
Contact Name
Rahela Aziz-Bose *or* John Pizzuti
Contact Phone
516-562-1513
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We are currently recruiting premedical students who are either in their senior year or recently graduated and are taking at least one year off prior to attending medical or graduate school. Academic Associates receive full benefits, a competitive stipend, and work closely with experienced researchers and faculty in the emergency department. 
 
An Academic Associate’s responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Aiding with the development of new study protocols, IRB submissions, grant proposals, and a wide array of professional scholarly activities
  • Overseeing the daily goings on of multiple research studies by screening and enrolling patients, reviewing charts, administering surveys, collecting and entering data, and searching literature
  • Developing poster presentations and writing abstract submissions and manuscripts – for which they are frequently coauthors
  • Coordinating bi-monthly meetings of the Department of Emergency Medicine Research Committee
  • Facilitating the coordination of academic activities such as departmental symposia and Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences
  • Recruiting, training and managing a team of 12-25 volunteer research interns throughout the fall and spring semester, and close to 60 volunteer research interns during the summer, and
  • Organizing educational activities for the research interns
 
Proficiency with software applications such as Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Word is highly recommended. Strong ambition, motivation, and the ability to multitask, as well as interpersonal and leadership skills, are absolutely necessary for these positions.
 
We are currently accepting applications for the 2012-13 academic year and urge interested students to submit their cover letter, résumé, list of references, and unofficial transcript as soon as possible.

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