The following open staff positions are located within the Wisconsin ADRC and its campus partners.
ADRC Research Program Ambassador
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) seeks a program ambassador to engage persons from underrepresented communities – especially African Americans – in research participation. The role will include a mix of community education and outreach, research advocacy to empower and encourage persons from underrepresented communities to participate in research, and working with ADRC researchers to ensure that research study visits and processes are culturally sensitive.
Center for Health Disparities (CHDR) Research Specialist
The Center for Health Disparities Research (CHDR) is a new unit within the School of Medicine and Public Health, under the leadership of Dr. Amy Kind and developed to build upon the success of Dr. Kind’s innovative research program in clinical/health systems interventions, medical and public records assessment, and claims data analysis. CHDR focuses on understanding and eliminating health disparities and improving outcomes for vulnerable populations. We are seeking to hire several research specialists whose primary role will be to support a collaborative multi-site research study focused on social determinants of health in the context of Alzheimer’s disease.