Employment Opportunities

  • Graduate Student Research Assistant (CEnR)

The Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health seeks a motivated graduate student interested in community engaged research (CEnR) methods to perform research assistant duties on a year-long CEnR research project in collaboration with the Swearer Center. 

The position is funded to support a research assistant starting July 1, 2018 – full time during the summer and partial Research Assistantship for AY 2018/19.  

The project will include the development and application of a framework towards community engagement in the design and execution of research. Key responsibilities include evidence synthesis work (e.g., identifying and screening eligible studies for analysis, development and editing of data collection forms, data extraction and analysis) and working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team and independently on project deliverables.

Additional responsibilities may include qualitative research techniques, including observation and in-depth interviews, survey design and implementation and qualitative data analysis. This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands on, practical experience with opportunities for authorship.

If interested,  contact Dr. Stacey Springs (stacey_springs@brown.edu).  

  • Graduate Student Research Assistant (CEnR)

The Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health seeks a motivated graduate student interested in maternal/child health research or evidence synthesis methods to perform research assistant duties on evidence synthesis projects (e.g., systematic reviews, meta-analyses).

The position is funded to support a research assistant starting August 1, 2018 – full time during the summer and partial Research Assistantship for AY 2018/19. 

Key responsibilities include evidence synthesis work (e.g., identifying and screening eligible studies for analysis, development and editing of data collection forms, data extraction and analysis) and working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team and independently on project deliverables.

Additional responsibilities may include qualitative research techniques, including observation and in-depth interviews, survey design and implementation and qualitative data analysis. This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands on, practical experience with opportunities for authorship.

If interested,  contact Dr. Stacey Springs (stacey_springs@brown.edu).