Company: Beaumont Hospitals
Location: Royal Oak
Posted on: June 10, 2021
The Research Scientist under minimal supervision of the division
chief or medical director of research, and with a high degree of
autonomy, the Research Scientist works as a team leader and
co-investigator to lead research aspects of the department.
Research Scientist will design, collaborate, plan, perform data
analysis and prepare reports. The Research Scientist - Laboratory
will also perform laboratory procedures and carry through an
independent research program. The Research Scientist - Clinical
will lead and support clinical research activities. Independent
planning and grant preparation for research projects in Research
Maintain an active research program through the identification
of relevant areas of study, developing appropriate approaches, and
presenting the results. Collaborate with other researchers and
trainees to generate research ideas and develop protocols.
Research Scientist - Laboratory will manage all aspects of the
research laboratory, including staff selection and training,
project assignment and scheduling, monitoring of project funds,
coordination of data generation and analysis, and acquisition and
use of equipment and facilities. Research Scientist - Clinical will
lead research idea generation and develop clinical research
protocols and manage the scientific aspects of protocol
Review current literature in relevant fields. Critically
evaluate research data and prepare research results for publication
in refereed journals and presentations at scientific meetings.
Seek grant support for new and/or continuing research
activities, including identification of funding sources, grant
development and preparation, managing of awarded grants.
Participate and/or lead routine departmental research meetings;
serve on research committees as delegated.
- Provide research methodology training to research fellows,
postdocs, residents, technicians, and students.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed
below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability
required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
A. Education / Training: The Research Scientist - Clinical
requires a PhD degree in Population Health Sciences, Epidemiology
or other clinically arena (e.g., Nursing) and a minimum of two
years relevant postdoctoral clinical research experience. Both
Laboratory and Clinical Research Scientist must have evidence of
research productivity and independence
B. Work Experience: Minimum of 10 years postdoctoral research
training and/or experience, including evidence of research
C. Certification, Licensure, Registration: None.
D. Other Qualifications: Experience working with graduate
students and/or medical students, evidence of authorship and
successful grant submissions. Research Scientist - Laboratory must
have strong laboratory and animal-handling skills; basic
understanding of statistics; experience with specialized techniques
and procedures used in research specific department; strong written
and oral communication skills. Research Scientist - Clinical must
have relevant clinical research experience, basic understanding of
statistics, experience designing clinical research protocols;
strong written and oral communication skills.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT UNDER RESEARCH GRANT
Keywords: Beaumont Hospitals, Royal Oak , Research Scientist, Other , Royal Oak, Michigan
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