Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) and Research Assistant (RA) Positions


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Undergraduate Internships

For all undergraduate internships, we require a two semester commitment. If you are interested in applying for an internship,  please  submit a cover letter and resume to HPRIR@mgh.harvard.edu, or to the CRC point-person below.  In the email text , please include answers to the following questions:

  1. Are there any specific HPRIR research programs that you are interested in?
  2. We require a two-semester commitment. Can you stay on for two semesters and when would be your estimated start date/end date?
  3. We require a minimum of 10-15 hours/week. What would be your estimated time commitment across the two semesters (e.g., hours/week or days/week)?
  4. What school are you attending/projected graduation year?

MGH HPRC & HPRIR

Clinical Research Intern Position for January 2022

The Health Policy Research Center (HPRC), in collaboration with the Health Promotion and Resiliency Intervention Program (HPRIR), at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School seeks a part time (~10-15 hours per week) Research Intern to assist with research projects funded by the National Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School (Principal Investigator(s): Giselle K. Perez, PhD)

Information about these projects and the team environment can be found at these links:

The Health Promotion and Resiliency Intervention Program: https://hprir.massgeneral.org

Mongan Institute HPRC: https://www.massgeneral.org/mongan-institute

The Research Intern will be an integral part of the study team and he/she/they will work under the supervision of Dr. Perez. This position is an excellent opportunity for those interested in psycho-oncology, health services and health equity research. Dr. Perez’s research focuses on developing and testing interventions to improve coping and quality of life among underserved individuals living with chronic illness, including young adults (ages 18-39) with cancer and patients with von Hippel Lindau Disease. The incoming intern will work alongside her team to help support and advance different aspects of this work. 

Interested applicants are advised to send a resume and cover letter to the project Clinical Research Coordinator: Emma Siefring (esiefring@mgh.harvard.edu)

Intern duties may include:

• Database creation

• Administrative tasks

• Scientific literature reviews

• Assisting with manuscript preparation

• Qualitative coding

• PowerPoint presentation preparation

• Database entry

• Attending research meetings

• Attending talks and presentations at MGH

Qualifications:

• Commitment to at least 10-15 hours a semester. Preferred commitment for 2 semesters.

• Some research experience preferred; experience with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and SPSS is desired.

• Interest in clinical psychology, public health, health policy, cancer research, and/or behavior change.

MGH is an equal opportunity employer, and we especially encourage individuals from under-represented backgrounds to apply.