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Message ID: 10611
Date: 2019-05-02

Author:Silovsky, Jane F. (HSC)

Subject:Research Associate Prevention Researcher

Research Associate 2019 The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is soliciting interest in new full-time Research Associate position. This position will be at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, in the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics. They will join a team of implementation science researchers in an active research and training center that has a considerable growing demand for this level of expertise in the area of adverse childhood experiences, child trauma, behavioral sequelae of trauma, problematic sexual behavior, and/or prevention of child abuse and neglect. This position will be responsible for collaborating with Dr. Jane Silovsky and other faculty in Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Center on Child Abuse and Neglect in study design, development of research instruments, data collection, management and analysis of data, interpretation of results, preparation of reports, publication of research, and writing grant applications. The person will actively participate in dissemination of research through peer-reviewed publication and pursue federal grant funding. Current research projects include randomized clinical trials of home-based parenting programs to prevent child abuse and neglect and trials examining implementation of training of family navigators. The research associate will participate in forums and trainings on research methods and statistics provided through our Biomedical and Behavioral Methodology Core, directed by Dr. David Bard. The demand for this work is rapidly increasing due to federal and state research grants. For more information, contact Dr. Jane Silovsky jane-silovsky@ouhsc.edu 405-271-8858. The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is in Oklahoma City, near the growing and thriving downtown and midtown area. www.visitokc.com

Research Associate 2019 The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is soliciting interest in new full-time Research Associate position. This position will be at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, in the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics. They will join a team of implementation science researchers in an active research and training center that has a considerable growing demand for this level of expertise in the area of adverse childhood experiences, child trauma, behavioral sequelae of trauma, problematic sexual behavior, and/or prevention of child abuse and neglect. This position will be responsible for collaborating with Dr. Jane Silovsky and other faculty in Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Center on Child Abuse and Neglect in study design, development of research instruments, data collection, management and analysis of data, interpretation of results, preparation of reports, publication of research, and writing grant applications. The person will actively participate in dissemination of research through peer-reviewed publication and pursue federal grant funding. Current research projects include randomized clinical trials of home-based parenting programs to prevent child abuse and neglect and trials examining implementation of training of family navigators. The research associate will participate in forums and trainings on research methods and statistics provided through our Biomedical and Behavioral Methodology Core, directed by Dr. David Bard. The demand for this work is rapidly increasing due to federal and state research grants. For more information, contact Dr. Jane Silovsky jane-silovskyouhsc.edu 405-271-8858. The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is in Oklahoma City, near the growing and thriving downtown and midtown area. www.visitokc.com