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Job Title: Research Coordinator
Job Number:
Organization: NYU Spatial Epidemiology Lab
Posted: 12/5/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Epidemiology
Number of Openings: 1
Location: New York,  NY    USA
Compensation: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, with competitive full-time benefits.
Position Description: We are seeking a Research Coordinator to co coordinate a project titled the Trying to Un Understand Relationships, Networks, and Neighborhoods among Transwomen o of color (TURNNT) Study, a new study c comprising transgender women of color in New Y York City, with an emphasis on Black t transgender women. TURRNT has a focus on HIV p prevention and aims to characterize the h health profiles and trajectories of Black transgender women, including the effects of relationships, networks and neighborhoods on their health. The Research Coordinator will support all aspects of this large, multi-year project, including assisting with workflow, study coordination, and survey development. Performs intra year project, including assisting with workflow, study coordination, and survey development. Performs intra-operative monitoring and ensures the accurate execution of research protocols.

Qualifications: *Bachelor’s degree in social science or public public health, epidemiology, geography or relate related field.

*Excellent written and oral communication skil skills.

*Highly motivated and responsive with a keen at attention to detail.

*Ability to work with minimal direction and on a self-directed basis as well as in a team s team setting.

*Experience in research program management, supe supervising staff members and working in coll collaborative environments.

*Excellent organizational skills.

*Must possess efficient time management skills with an ability to meet deadlines.

Organization Description: The Spatial Epidemiology Lab (, directed by Dr. Dustin Duncan, is currently housed in the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine’s Department of Population Health a and is a dynamic and active research group f focused on connecting neighborhoods and h health. The lab employs a geospatial lens in studying health behaviors and outcomes, especially sexual health and sleep health. The lab has an emphasis on health disparities and vulnerable populations, with a strong focus on sexual and gender minority populations, including Black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men and Black transgender women. Methodologically, the lab applies spatially explicit approaches such as computer-based geographic information systems (GIS), web-based geospatial technologies, real-time g geospatial technologies, and geospatial m modeling techniques. Using innovative m methods like global positioning system (GPS) technologies, the lab aims to relate neighborhood attributes to health-related behaviors and outcomes. By studying specific neighborhood characteristics, we hope to inform salient and effective interventions and policies. We work collaboratively with communities and colleagues in New York City and from around the world.

Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Brandon Brooks,  Research Coordinator
Contact Location: 180 Madison Ave/3rd Floor

New York   NY  10016
United States
Contact Location: 180 Madison Ave/3rd Floor
  New York   NY  10016
  United States
Contact Phone: 646-501-3388 
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How to Apply: Please submit a cover letter describing r relevant research experience, a curriculum v vitae, via email to Mr. Brandon Brooks ( ( and s with the subject line Research Coordinator- TURNNT Study. Candidates should also provide the names and email addresses for three individuals familiar with their work who can be contacted for recommendations. Only those applicants who are selected for interviews will be directly contacted.

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