The Student Intern/Research Fellow will participate in a research fellowship in a one (1) or two (2) years research immersion aimed at creating highly accomplished researchers. This is an unpaid role, requiring a minimum of forty-hours completing research activities on weekly basis.
The role will be in the Department of Trauma at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County Health. The Student Intern/Research Fellow will receive training at a rapid pace from staff managing national and local databases, as well as performing prospective trials.
The Student Intern/Research Fellow will be expected to attend Departmental educational conferences and interact with the surgical and emergency medical trainees as well as attending and nursing staff. The Student Intern/Research Fellow will work on various projects, collecting and analyzing data, and assist with teaching national courses such as, Stop the Bleed, etc.
The Student Intern/Research Fellow will be expected to submit several publications and presentations during their fellowship. Overseas graduates and clinicians are welcome to apply.
- Attends daily research conference and other required meetings.
- Performs Pub med research and presents results to the research team.
- Drafts abstracts after consultation with statistician.
- Assists with organizing and completing research projects as well as creates unique individual projects, learns to whet the viability of the project; completes and submits projects to national and international meetings.
- Creates, submits, and presents publications and presentations. Presents on local and/or national podiums.
- Composes and submits Institutional Review Board requirements, grants, and other manuscripts as assigned. Assists with organizing and delivering national courses as well as assist with trauma outreach to stakeholders.
- Assists with quality improvement documentation and analysis within the Department of Trauma.
- Assists with teaching national courses in conjunction with faculty.
- Assists with educational and research needs within the department as per direction of the Chair.
- Performs other duties as assigned including research projects with collaborating institutions.
- Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy Medicine (DO) degree or foreign medical school equivalent required (Must provide official transcripts at time of interview).
- Passed United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) step 1 and 2 (both Clinical Skills and Clinical Knowledge) required (Must provide proof at time of interview).
How To Apply:
To learn more or to apply for this position, please click apply and visit the Cook County Health Job Page. Search keyword “trauma” to find our Student Intern/Research Fellow listing.
For further details, contact - Tiffany Bomar at 312-864-1828.