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||Research Coordinator position and Research Fellow position
||Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
||We would like to announce a full-time Research Coordinator position in Pediatric Plastic Surgery at the St. Louis Cleft-Craniofacial Center in SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
Pediatric Plastic Surgery also co-directs the 3D-Printing Center of Excellence at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, with on-site 3D-printers: http://investors.stratasys.com/news-releases/news-release-details/ssm-health-cardinal-glennon-childrens-hospital-and-stratasys. Our recent publication on intraoperative techniques with 3D-printing is at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28445375.
Our mission is to improve the treatment, teaching, and understanding of pediatric plastic surgery and cleft-craniofacial-maxillofacial conditions. Our clinical practice covers the spectrum of Pediatric Plastic Surgery care including craniofacial (craniosynostosis, plagiocephaly, orbits), clefts (cleft lip, nose, palate, alveolus), maxillofacial jaws (maxilla, mandible, overbite, underbite), hand (congenital and traumatic fractures, tendons, nerves), body and soft tissues (breast, lesions including vascular anomalies), and face (nose, ears, eyelids, tongue, lips).
To achieve this mission, our research focuses on clinical outcomes of children after surgery or other treatments. In addition, we have projects in 3D printing, tissue engineering, and other translational technologies in diagnosis, assessment, and treatment. We will be adding animal experiments and other protocolsÂ in the near future.
We are seeking a Research Coordinator with advanced training in scientific fields including medical sciences, statistical disciplines, and engineering. This team-member should have discipline and skills for daily and weekly consistent operations. Operations include: able to run projects, manage collaborators and students, update databases regularly, statistical analysis, writing abstracts and papers, applying for grants and IRBs and agreements, problem solving, independence and collaboration. There will also be opportunities to help create new processes and technologies. On-the-job training is provided for the above, provided that the team-member can manage day-to-day operations consistently and be a fast learner.
For shorter-term commitments, please also inquire about availability of Research Fellowship positions or Research Assistant positions, with similar requirements as above.
||Please send a letter of interest and CV to Alexander.Lin@Health.SLU.edu.
Thank you for your consideration.
Alexander Y. Lin, MD, FACS
Wolff Endowed Chair in Craniofacial, Maxillofacial, and Pediatric Plastic Surgery
Associate Professor of Surgery and Orthodontics
Division of Plastic Surgery, Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Director, St. Louis Cleft-Craniofacial Center
Section Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery
SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital at SLU