Assistant Project Scientist Position - PCORI - Integrated Substance Abuse Programs University of California Los Angeles
Requisition Number: JPF05535
An Assistant Project Scientist is needed for a one-year appointment (renewable) to perform research on a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) funded investigation (Comparative Effectiveness of Clinical Decision-Making Processes Required by Public Health Systems). The goal of the project is to research processes used to make medical necessity and patient placement decisions for patients with substance use disorders.
The incumbent will advise the principal study investigator and project leadership on issues related to study design and the interpretation of study findings.
The incumbent will participate in quarterly advisory group meeting by telephone.
The incumbent will provide feedback and input on project analyses and manuscripts as requested.
The minimum educational requirement is a M.D. The applicant should also have experience in substance use disorders and their treatment in various healthcare settings.
Salary will be consistent with the UCLA Project series for commensurate recommended rank and step and dependent on applicant experience. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter outlining academic interests and diversity activities, and curriculum vitae & bibliography at: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF05535. For further information please contact Howard Padwa (email@example.com).
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