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The Emory BSHARP Research Internship Program (RIP) provides a unique opportunity for qualified medical and post-graduate students to receive valuable experience in clinical and/or translational research.  The program’s goals are to expose interns to clinical research and provide them with hands-on experience in the conduct and administration of clinical research studies.  Interns will work directly with experienced investigators, research coordinators, and BSHARP fellows to learn about all aspects of clinical research including human subjects’ safety, data analysis, research ethics, and regulatory requirements.

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JOB DESCRIPTION: Maintains and ensures the integrity and security of one or more databases. Reviews data to be entered into a database to ensure accuracy and integrity of data. Reviews audit reports after data has been entered and corrects any data entry errors. Responds to inquiries concerning established databases and concerning policies and procedures pertaining to departmental operations. Keeps abreast of policies and procedures pertaining to record maintenance. Ensures confidentiality of records is maintained. Identifies issues/problems with database management policies/procedures and recommends possible solutions. Provides direction or assistance to users of information. Distributes reports generated from existing databases. Performs related responsibilities as required. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma or equivalent. One year of clerical experience including experience with micro-computers or computer databases.

JOB DESCRIPTION: This position provides excellent opportunity to work in an interdisciplinary environment and have close interactions with MR physicists, radiologists, neurologist, internists and neuroscientists. Accesses are available to two dedicated research MR 3T Siemens Tim-Trio scanners, one 9.4T animal scanner, and a powerful computer-cluster. Close collaboration with the Emory University Hospital, which houses a clinical 3T Siemens Tim-Trio and five 1.5T MR scanners, allows easy translation of technical developments to clinical settings. The candidate is expected to work on projects involving performing image processing using existing tools and development of new methodologies. Potential research projects depend on the mutual interests of the candidate and the PI. These may include but are not limited to: (1) analyzing CO2-vasoreactivity images; (2) reconstruction and analysis methods for quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM), (3) quantification and analysis methods for arterial spin labeling, dynamic susceptibility contrast imaging and diffusion imaging. Plans to obtain independent funding is highly desirable.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, or other related fields. Strong background in signal processing, image processing and quantitative analysis. Excellent proficiency with Matlab and/or C/C++ programming language. Demonstrated independent research capabilities and good organizational and inter-personal skills.

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