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Massachusetts General Hospital

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Boston, MA 02114

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Career Opportunities

 

 

Job Opportunities

Please see below for open positions at The Mongan Institute. Please check our website periodically for job opportunities in the future.

 

Grant Administrator - The Mongan Institute - (3116391)

The MGH Mongan Institute in the Department of Medicine seeks a detail oriented, organized, self-directed individual to work with investigators throughout the research funding application and administration process. 

Serving as the primary liaison between the investigators, Partners Research Management, research administrators based at affiliate and subaward sites, and sponsors, the Grant Administrator will facilitate all aspects of the application process, including budget development, to ensure timely submission of proposals to meet both internal and external review deadlines.  The Grant Administrator will assist investigators throughout the award life-cycle, providing post award support in such areas as sponsor reporting requirements, compliance with guidelines, establishment of new funds, and budget and subcontract monitoring.

 

The candidate will need to be highly organized and goal-oriented, with the ability to work both collaboratively and independently under deadlines, and comfortable working with faculty at all levels.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are necessary, as are a willingness to take on new challenges and an openness to change.  While experience in research grant administration is preferred, as are a working knowledge of NIH and other federal, state, and foundation grant regulations and requirements, this is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, detail oriented individual interested in working in an academic medical research environment.

**When applying, please upload a cover letter and resume.

Research Staff Scientist - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3108869)

The Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) has an opportunity for an enthusiastic and energetic individual to join our research team investigating the clinical and economic value of alternative strategies of HIV treatment and prevention, as well as modeling other diseases. The position is with an internationally-recognized, multidisciplinary team from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Yale School of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and multiple international institutions.  Together, the group studies the clinical impact and cost-effectiveness of various prevention and treatment options for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis,  diabetes, cardiovascular, and other diseases, in collaboration with researchers in the US, as well as in a range of international settings, including Botswana, Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, France, India, Mozambique, South Africa, Thailand, and Zimbabwe. 

The candidate should be highly motivated with extensive experience in quantitative methods, independent mathematical model development, parameterization, and debugging.  The position offers a stimulating and multidisciplinary environment and the opportunity to contribute to the development of the NIH-funded Cost-effectiveness of Preventing AIDS Complications (CEPAC) microsimulation model, and potentially other disease models. The primary responsibilities of this individual will be to assist with model refinement and extension, to conduct CEPAC model-based cost-effectiveness analyses, to lead in abstract presentation and manuscript preparation, to present research findings, and to assist with grant submissions.  There are multiple possibilities for interaction with other researchers in Boston, as well as collaboration with many national and international research groups and institutions.    

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Research Specialist - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3108867)

The Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) has an opportunity for an enthusiastic and energetic individual to join our research team investigating the clinical and economic value of alternative strategies of HIV treatment and prevention, as well as modeling other diseases. The position is with aninternationally-recognized, multidisciplinary team from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Yale School of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and multiple international institutions. Together, the group studies the clinical impact and cost-effectiveness of various prevention and treatment options for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, diabetes, cardiovascular, and other diseases, in collaboration with researchers in the US, as well as in a range of international settings, including Botswana, Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, France, India, Mozambique, South Africa, Thailand, and Zimbabwe.

The candidate should be highly motivated, with experience in quantitative methods and public health research. Ideally, the candidate will have experience in mathematical model development, parameterization, and debugging. The position offers a stimulating, collaborative, and multidisciplinary environment and the opportunity to contribute to the development of the NIH-funded Cost-effectiveness of Preventing AID Complications (CEPAC) microsimulation model, and potentially other disease models. The primary responsibilities of this individual will be to help design and conduct model-based cost-effectiveness analyses, lead in abstract presentation and manuscript preparation, assist with model refinement and expansion, and contribute to new proposals and grant preparation. There are multiple possibilities for collaboration with other researchers in Boston, as well as with many national and international research groups and institutions.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Grant Coordinator - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3111004)

The Massachusetts General Hospital’s Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) is seeking a full-time Grant Coordinator to facilitate management of the Center’s sponsored research portfolio throughout the award life-cycle.  The incumbent will ensure the successful execution of sponsored awards in compliance with institutional and NIH/foundation policies and procedures and will provide oversight of existing MPEC assets.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Post-Doctoral Fellow - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3112800)

The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Medical Practice Evaluation Center is comprised of Harvard Medical School Research Faculty who direct a large portfolio of National Institutes of Health-funded biomedical research. The multi-disciplinary research program spans cost-effectiveness modeling, clinical trials, social science and translational research, and has an over-arching mission of improving health and quality of life for global populations. By leveraging the 200-year legacy of leadership and innovation at MGH and long-standing, bidirectional global partnerships, MGH Global Health and its partners employ a generation-spanning perspective to enhance care for the world’s most vulnerable populations and to identify and develop future leaders in global health academics.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Research Assistant, Health Policy - Disparities Solutions Center - (3116597)

The Disparities Solutions Center (DSC) within the Mongan Institute of the Massachusetts General Hospital, is seeking a full time research assistant to assist with the day-to-day duties of a variety of projects. The DSC is dedicated to the development and implementation of strategies that advance policy and practice to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health care. The DSC will achieve this mission by

  • Serving as a change agent by developing new research and translating innovative research findings into policy and practice

  • Developing and evaluating customized policy and practice solutions for health care providers, insurers, educators, community organizations, and other stakeholders

  • Providing education and leadership training to expand the community of skilled individuals dedicated to eliminating health care disparities

For more information about the Center, please go to our website at www.mghdisparitiessolutions.org.

 

The candidate must demonstrate strong organizational, administrative, and oral and written communication skills, with a strong interest and background in public health and/or disparities. A successful candidate will possess both strong program support and analytical skills.

**When applying, please upload a cover letter and resume. A minimum of two year commitment preferred.**