Visiting Research Specialist-Surgery; Division of Transplant

Chicago, Illinois
May 21 2021
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type


  • Perform experiments assigned by PI
  • Perform surveys, interviews, observations or uses other methods according to established    research protocols.
  • Prepare data for analysis and execute details of studies. Perform analysis and document results.
  • May conduct literature searches.
  • Order study supplies and maintain inventories.


Bachelor’s degree in a science or related field required.

Knowledge of fundamental research concepts, practices and procedures.

A minimum of 3 years related research experience

For full consideration, interested candidates should submit a letter of application and CV by June 7, 2021, to


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