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Clinical Research and Neurohospitalist Fellow

Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Posting for start date of July 1, 2021

 

The Dhand Lab, together with the Neurohospitalist Division at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, is seeking candidates for a Neurohospitalist Clinical Research Fellowship. This will be a research (75%) and clinical (25%) position with focus in areas of stroke research, particularly in the emerging domain of network science. This position is supported by a R01 grant to study a novel wearable to detect social interactions after stroke called SocialBit. Ideally, this will be a 2-year experience modeled off the K23 division of clinical and research work, deliberately placing the candidate in position to become a funded academic medicine researcher.

 

The ideal candidate is a MD and graduate of a neurology or neurosurgery residency and previous research experience in clinical or basic science research.

 

The clinical responsibilities will be to attend on the general neurology consult service supervised by Neurohospitalist faculty. The fellow will also see research patients in outpatient clinic. The research responsibilities will be to assist in initiating, executing, and completing clinical research and experiments, prepare and write research papers, presentations, and grant proposals, manage laboratory work, and train graduate students and other trainees.

 

All interested candidates should send an email to socialnetneuro@gmail.com consisting of (i) a current CV with publication list, (ii) a brief statement of research experience and interests, and (iii) two letters of recommendation.

Research Student (2 openings)

Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Posting for start date of July 1, 2021

 

The Dhand Lab is seeking candidates for a Paid Student Research Position. This will be a minimum of 10 hours/week. This position is supported by a R01 grant to study a novel wearable to detect social interactions after stroke called SocialBit. Ideally, this will be a 2-year experience.

 

The ideal candidate is a graduate student in medicine, social science, philosophy, or computer science. The responsibilities will be to code social interactions during hospitalization and inpatient rehabilitation after stroke and analyze data. The student will also learn about post-stroke care, social determinants of health, and network science.

 

Opportunities will include authorship, mentorship on grant and fellowship applications, working at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School on a multidisciplinary team, and involvement in additional projects.

 

All interested candidates should send an email to socialnetneuro@gmail.com consisting of (i) a current Resume with publication list, and (ii) a brief statement of research experience and interests.

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Amar Dhand, MD DPhil

Brigham and Women's Hospital

75 Francis St

Boston, MA 02115

socialnetneuro@gmail.com