The successful candidate will assist in the development, writing, editing, and coordination in the publication of a first-edition textbook. Specific duties will include responsibility for the completion of the following steps in collaboration with the primary author:
1. Development of the scope of the book. 2. Organization of the topics, chapters, and coauthors. 3. Performance of literature reviews, including data analysis. 4. Writing and editing original content. 5. Identification of deadlines and milestones within a timeline. 6. Ongoing engagement with key stakeholders, e.g. coauthors. 7. Completion of the administrative processes necessary for publication.
Bachelor's degree in a related field plus at least four years of related experience (or non-related Bachelor's degree and six years of related experience).
Strong background in both basic and applied surgical research.
Experience in academic writing and scientific communication, including grants.
Ability to work independently and as part of a larger team.
PhD in an area of Life Science.
Publication record, including abstracts and articles in refereed journals and book chapters.
Project management experience.
Experiencing collaborating with clinical faculty with diverse areas of research interests.
Knowledge of preclinical assessment of medical devices.
Internal Number: 336071
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