The Wisconsin ADRC and its campus partners are seeking applicants to fill these open positions:

Biomarker Scientist
As imaging and blood-based biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and related disorders (ADRD) continue to rapidly evolve, there is urgent need to explore a variety of related lines of research. The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) seeks an experienced scientist to support and collaborate on several exciting biomarker studies in our extensive program linked to the ADRC, including the long running Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention (WRAP) study.
Applications close: March 28, 2023

ADRC Data Specialist
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) seeks a Data Specialist to support the Data Management and Statistical (DMS) Core.
Applications close: March 31, 2023

Clinical Research Coordinator
The UW Department of Anesthesiology is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator II. Research focuses on cognition in the elderly in close collaboration with the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention. This position would involve performing a variety of tasks and activities. and work to recruit patients into on-going studies at UW requiring cognitive/neuropsychological evaluations.
Applications close: April 1, 2023

Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) Executive Administrator
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) is one of 37 NIH-designated Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers in the United States, which plays a central role in national research efforts to address Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders (ADRD). The ADRCs have a responsibility to support research that provides the scientific basis for understanding the multiple etiologies and risk factors that impact the presentation of the AD process. The Wisconsin ADRC is comprised of nine Cores that provide a rich multi-disciplinary and inclusive infrastructure to enhance cutting-edge research, facilitating team science, and fostering development of new avenues of research. Reporting to the Director of the Wisconsin ADRC, and in tandem with the Center's Associate Director and Core leaders, the Executive Administrator will help oversee the overall operational management of the Center. The incumbent will serve as a primary representative of the ADRC to stakeholders and community partners, develop strategic plans, interact with donors and the philanthropy team, supervise a team, determine space planning and informational system needs, and develop and administer a budget in support of the Center's goals. Working alongside the faculty and staff in each of the nine Cores, the Executive Administrator will ensure that the mission and vision for the Center is reflected in the conduct of the work. Oversight will be provided to monitor the necessary metrics that will denote success, guarantee the financial health of the Center's funding, confirm protocol compliance with all Core-related activities, and safeguard that Core resources are and remain available for the duration of the grant cycle.
Applications close: April 4, 2023

ADRC Clinical Core Program Manager
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) primarily focuses on early detection of Alzheimer's disease (AD) by studying the mechanisms of brain changes behind the disease, with the goal of learning how to prevent and treat the disease before symptoms occur. The ADRC Clinical Core enrolls adults over 45 years of age ranging from healthy individuals with and without a family history of AD to those diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment and dementia. The ADRC is seeking a skilled Clinical Core Program Manager, who will manage all operational aspects of the Core, including supervising Core staff and students. The Clinical Core Program Manager will oversee the standardized data collection and cognitive testing procedures, biomarker procedures, clinical research visit scheduling, staff development, reporting of metrics of success, and resources relevant to the operation of the Core. The incumbent will provide clinical support, leadership, mentorship, and supervision to the ADRC research team as it pertains to protocol compliance, study conduct and completion. The incumbent must be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, work independently using initiative and good judgment, and delegate projects to team appropriately. It is expected that the incumbent will understand all elements of the study protocol and be able to provide coverage for study visits on an as needed basis.
Applications close: April 4, 2023

Registered Nurse – Evening/Night Shift
UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) is seeking Registered Nurses to join the Clinical Research Unit (CRU). The successful candidates will join a team of remarkable nurses in the specialized practice of clinical research nursing and will care for in- and outpatients (primarily adults) participating in research studies across multiple disciplines and patient populations including (but not limited to): hematology/oncology, Alzheimer’s disease, pulmonary, endocrine/metabolic, and infectious disease. Additionally, successful candidates will assist with research study protocol implementation and join the CRU Unit Council to discover opportunities for professional development and leadership.

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