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

Neuroimaging Software Engineer/Developer
The qualified candidate will play an essential role on the ADRC Neuroimaging Core/Data Team in the continued growth and success of Dr. Sterling Johnson's lab. The candidate will work with neuroimaging research data through software development and programming in various programming languages including Ruby, Python, Javascript, and proficient use of SQL. In addition to having technical acumen as a software developer, a successful applicant should demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively with immediate teammates and other collaborators, be effective in multi-project management, and be a clear and effective communicator while meeting software and application project timelines.
Applications close: February 27, 2024

Clinical Research Coordinator - Konopka Lab
The Konopka laboratory focuses on identifying the molecular and cellular mechanisms for why age is one of the greatest risk factors for nearly every chronic disease. This position will work in a collaborative effort to complete clinical trials testing whether pharmacological inhibition of mTOR can safely intervene on the fundamental biology of aging and improve clinically relevant functional outcomes. A clinical research coordinator is needed to activate, coordinate, and help lead these clinical trials. This position will be heavily involved in subject recruitment, enrollment, sample collection, and data collection in the lab of Dr. Adam Konopka and will assist with a growing translational research program.
Applications close: February 29, 2024

Health Study Technician
The Merten Research Lab is looking to hire a Health Study Technician for a new federally funded epidemiological study: The Beaver Dam Offspring Study-Neurocognitive Aging Study (BOSS-NCAS). An ideal candidate will have a strong attention to detail, excellent communication skills and experience following standard operating procedures. Candidates should enjoy engaging with a variety of people and be comfortable working collaboratively as well as individually. Training and certification in all study protocols, phlebotomy, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) will be provided.
Applications close: March 1, 2024

Geriatrics - Memory Care Physician
The Division of Geriatrics & Gerontology, Department of Medicine, UW School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking applicants for a full-time clinical assistant professor on the Clinician Teacher (CT) track. The faculty member will work as a specialty care physician providing subspecialty consultative clinical care at UW Health locations, working with a geriatric clinical care team including other providers. Specialty services are primarily provided in memory care but could also include geriatric assessment services for patients suffering from a complex series of symptoms. The successful candidate will also provide clinical teaching to medical students, residents and fellows.

Geriatrics Clinician Investigator
The Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics & Gerontology is seeking a Geriatrics Clinical Investigator. It is expected that the incumbent will successfully obtain ongoing extramural support to conduct research in the area of aging and geriatrics research with a preference in physical function and mobility research.

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