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This position will coordinate activities related to Drs. Beatrice Hahn and George Shaw’s HIV, hepatitis C virus (HCV) and malaria international research programs. This will involve assisting Drs. Hahn and Shaw in their day to day activities related to the conduct of research and dissemination of research findings and in the preparation and submission of research grants and publications. The position will liaise with faculty, laboratory staff, internal Penn staff and external officials so as to facilitate the conduct of research. Key responsibilities include grant and manuscript preparation and submissions, coordinating international biomedical shipments and research-in-progress events, administering material transfer, confidentiality agreements and intellectual property disclosures, and ensuring IRB, IACUC, CITES and CDC regulatory compliance. The Program Coordinator will summarize data and design graphics for research presentations, print, and online publications. In addition to these tasks, the individual will assist Drs. Hahn and Shaw in their day to day activities relating to the research, teaching and service missions in the institution.
A Bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
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