The Research Scientist at the Brown School of Public Health is responsible for developing and executing investigative protocols that support the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health (CDH). The Research Scientist joins a vibrant team to lead key research-to-practice projects, proof-of-concept work, intervention evaluations, and translational science initiatives aimed at addressing key ongoing and emerging problems in digital health, violence prevention, and public health.
Reporting to and working closely with the CDH Program Director John Pateña, under the direction of the CDH Founding Director Dr. Megan Ranney, the Research Scientist establishes, fosters, maintains, and leads major research partnerships with public, private, and academic institutions and with commercial/industry organizations. Using their expertise in intervention design, evaluation, and research translation, the Research Scientist serves as the primary contact for scientific decision making as it relates to investigations, and will collaborate with principal investigators across Brown University and Lifespan Healthcare System in various disciplines (e.g. public health, medicine, computer science, engineering). The Research Scientist is responsible for the design and implementation of studies with particular focus on methodology (i.e. survey design, data analysis, program evaluation), and oversees the IRB and regulatory activities related to these investigations. The Research Scientist will also support grant writing including conducting literature reviews.
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