The Gender and Sexual Minority Research Group at the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health is seeking a Graduate Student Quantitative Researcher to work with Dr. Jae Downing on their portfolio of projects on the health of LGBTQ populations.
Under the direction of the PI, the Graduate Student Quantitative Researcher will assist Dr. Downing in analyzing data, preparing tables for manuscripts, and submitting manuscripts for publication. During the summer, the student is expected to work between 24-40 hours. There is an opportunity to continue working part-time in the fall.
Preparing tables for manuscripts
Submitting manuscripts for publication
Enrolled in or on vacation from or is otherwise registered in a Graduate Program (minimum 4.5 credit hours)
Proficiency using a statistical software (Stata, R, or other software)
Proficiency in data analysis (multivariate regression)
Excellent organizational, communication, and time management skills
Ability to work independently
Ability to adjust to changing timelines
PhD candidate in relevant field
Knowledge of LGBTQ health or health disparities
Prior experience working with big data (insurance claims or electronic health records)
100% Remote; there is no office space available for this position
Ability to attend regular weekly meetings occurring between 9-5 Pacific Standard Time
Ability to work at a desk and on computer for up to 8 hours a day
Ability to use a personal computer
Physical demands & equipment usage:
Ability to use a personal computer, Zoom, e-mail
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