The Wisconsin ADRC and its campus partners are seeking applicants to fill these open positions:
Brain Research Study Coordinator
The Bendlin Lab is a large research program within the UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH), using a wide array of neuroimaging, biomarker, and genomic analyses to study the factors that contribute to healthy and pathological brain aging, and known for its sense of community, growth, and inclusion. We are seeking to add a Clinical Research Coordinator to our team to coordinate studies that investigate brain and gut microbiome in normal and pathological aging including Alzheimer's disease. Participants will be cognitively healthy, or have a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer's disease.
Applications close: September 30, 2022
Research Program Administrative Assistant
The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) has an exciting opportunity for an innovative, collaborative, and service-oriented individual to join our growing administrative support team as Research Program Administrative Assistant! The incumbent will provide research programmatic support for our growing research enterprise as well as be the primary administrative support for Dr. Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi, who leads a dynamic, collaborative health services and clinical dementia research lab. Dr. Gilmore-Bykovskyi's research lab is home to several research initiatives and outreach activities that focus on expanding effective, equitable, and meaningful care for people with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and their caregivers. Her research advances this goal through studying: 1) patient and caregiver-centered outcomes with a focus on management of non-cognitive symptoms, 2) care delivery and utilization disparities surrounding care transitions and hospitalization, and 3) inclusion of underrepresented populations in research.
Applications close: October 3, 2022
Biospecimen Coordinator - Alzheimer's Research Programs
The Alzheimer's disease (AD) Research programs at UW-Madison are hiring one coordinator for the AD Biospecimen Lab. The incumbent in this position will be part of a collaborative team of research specialists responsible for all stages of study-related biologic specimen collection, documentation, tracking, and use; the incumbent will report to the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention within the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute. Our research is designed to identify predictive biomarker pathology, health and lifestyle features that confer risk and resilience, effective prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of AD. Our bio-sample repository of blood, cerebrospinal fluid, nervous, and brain tissue is essential for advancing our research goals. Applicant's experience and materials should demonstrate exemplary organization, attention to detail, interest in human biological research, ability to work cooperatively in a team environment, proactive engagement, initiative taking, and problem solving. We support the Wisconsin Brain Donor Program; brain donation and biorepository freezer call coverage.
Applications close: October 7, 2022
ADRC Communications Specialist
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) is seeking a Communications Specialist to educate members of the public, research participants, patients, and donors about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and the work being done by ADRC investigators. The Communications Specialist will work closely with the communications team, ADRC Administrator, and all ADRC Core Leaders, to execute print, online, virtual and multimedia projects for internal and external audiences. We are seeking candidates with a passion for science communication and the ability to translate complex scientific and clinical work of the Wisconsin ADRC into compelling, effective narratives.
Applications close: October 11, 2022
Clinical Research Coordinator - Alzheimer's Neuroimaging
The lab of Dr. Sterling Johnson, within the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC), seeks a Clinical Research Coordinator to join our Neuroimaging study team! The successful candidate will work to activate and coordinate neuroimaging research studies involving cognitively healthy adults and those with memory impairment. The Neuroimaging research group is committed to promoting from within; encouraging attaining new skills, job shadowing, and continuous learning and growth.
Applications close: October 11, 2022
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.