|Placed On:||11th January 2022|
|Closes:||30th March 2022|
The post of Research Associate involves research in the clinical field thrombosis and cardiovascular medicine. The Research Associate will be an integral part of a research team composed of statisticians, programmers, medical writers, clinical researchers, and operational experts. This investigator will lead the exciting new research undertakings.
The post is with the Thrombosis Research Institute (TRI). TRI has been a leader in the field of thrombosis research for the past 50 years. They have been involved in laboratory studies, randomized clinical trials and large international registries. They are moving into the area of large national and regional databases as well as prospective studies that include wearable devices and multiple genetic and / or lab measures. The person in this position, along with the data scientists, will help move the research forward into cutting edge analytic and clinical fields.
Duties and responsibilities
The successful candidate will collaborate with Professor Lord Ajay Kakkar as well as the director of the statistics and the data scientists. She or he will direct the prospective study of patients with new onset cardiovascular conditions. This study will collect clinical, follow-up, genetic and continuous home monitoring data on the enrolled patients. These data will provide important information into the prediction of subsequent clinical outcomes. This study will lay the groundwork for larger international studies. At the same time, the candidate will design studies using large national and regional clinical databases, the UK biobank, and the TRI global GARFIELD registries.
The candidate will also teach in the TRI clinical research fellowship program, designed to educate clinicians in clinical research and analytic methodology. One or more research fellows will be appointed to the candidate for mentorship.
The ideal candidate should be medically qualified, and be trained in a relevant field such as Cardiology or Haematology. They should have ideally at least five years of experience in clinical research as well as a firm understanding of the genetics as it related to thrombosis.
This post is available for two years in the first instance with the possibility of extension.
For further information on the scope of TRI research, please visit the website https://www.tri-london.ac.uk/
How to apply
To apply: Please submit your cover letter and detailed CV with a list of all publications to Recruitment@tri-london.ac.uk
Informal enquiries related to the position should be directed to Karen Pieper firstname.lastname@example.org. For queries regarding the application process contact Archita Misra: email@example.com.
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