Two GRA positions are available in the School of Biomedical Informatics. The GRA’s will work with Dr. Robert Murphy and support the informatics aspect of studies related to Group B streptococcus colonization in pregnant women and potential transmission to infants during delivery, creating a higher risk for early onset sepsis.
This study is presently open through June 30, 2018. An application for extension will likely be made, but this is not guaranteed.
Salary for these positions is $15 per hour/ 20 hours per week.
Candidate must be currently enrolled and in good standing in a UTHealth graduate program.
Required skills for these positions include experience with electronic health records, data analytics, and clinical informatics. The ideal candidate should possess good communication and problem-solving skills, work independently and take initiative in completion of assigned duties. CITI research training is also required.
Students interested in this position should submit a CV, as well as a paragraph outlining unique qualifications and ability to contribute to this position to Dr. Robert Murphy at Robert.Murphy@uth.tmc.edu no later than COB March 27, 2018.