Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The research conducted will inform our knowledge about health during and after wildfire events. The Department of Environmental Health Sciences is seeking the appropriate candidate that will research and compile summaries of relevant studies. They will also create compile and clean exposure data, and conduct analyses using R software. Research support will include online literature reviews, writing summaries, compiling information for manuscripts, conducting basic spatial analyses, and writing up results.
Conduct online literature review – 15%
Clean data – 25%
Conduct analyses – 25%
Describe results – 10%
Write up results – 10%
Research assistant tasks, miscellaneous – 15%
Internal Number: 7944
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