Job Title: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow - Neuroscience/Epidemiology
Department: Alzheimer Disease Center
Job Number: 2021-3924
Date Posted: 10/06/2021
Position Type: Research
The Rush University Alzheimer's Disease Center (RADC) is leading experimental and epidemiological center for the study of Alzheimer's disease, which has no preventative drugs, and is expected to soon triple in incidence. Over the past two decades, the RADC has carried out numerous community-based cohort studies to better understand Alzheimer's disease and aging.
We are seeking a highly motivated full-time Post-Doctoral Research Fellow to join our innovative Alzheimer's Disease Center department at Rush University Medical Center!
Scientist to work on NIH-funded studies of cognitive aging in a stimulating multi-disciplinary environment.
Work with aging populations in community-based and office-based settings, aiding in protocol development, data collection, and statistical analyses, for multiple studies, including those involving organ donation.
Will gain experience in epidemiologic study design.
Participate with faculty and other fellows and trainees, in the development of research manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Prepare a research proposal for extramural support
Ph.D., MD, or equivalent in Neuroscience, Epidemiology, or related field required.
Knowledge of epidemiology or cohort study design and statistical analyses is desired.
Expertise in cognitive aging research desirable, but not essential.
Strong skills in writing, good communication, and team building skills are required.
Rush was recently ranked among the top 20 hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
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