Identifies data quality issues related to integration of shadow systems into GW's Enterprise Applications and development of new applications. Researches and recommends software tools for data cleansing.
The successful candidate will establish an externally funded, internationally recognized, and interdisciplinary research portfolio in clinical trials, epidemiological, diagnostic studies, controlled trials in educational research, or may extend to other areas of research such as forensic statistics.
The Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases, at The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, an independent non-profit clinical group practice affiliated
The division is seeking a Diabetologist/Endocrinologist at the Associate Professor or Professor level with a focus of interest in diabetes and a record of academic accomplishment and leadership skills.
This position will assist in design, evaluation, and conducting experiments and research while receiving advanced training from the Principal Investigator to enhance professional skills and research independence.
Responsibilities include teaching courses addressing neuromotor dysfunction as well as other content related to their expertise and developing an active research agenda that has potential to contribute to the scholarship and goals of the program and institution.
The Senior Security Engineer acts as a "hands-on" technical security architect and as such, recommends technical and process security enhancements to the Director of Information Security to augment the security posture of George Washington University.
Conducts active laboratory research on a semi-independent basis. Designs and evaluates experiments; develops new ideas that promote current research; and, plans and develops research methods and techniques within the framework of the project.
The Department of Global Health has faculty with expertise in nutrition, maternal and child health, environmental health, infectious and chronic disease epidemiology and control, health communication, design, monitoring and evaluation of global health programs, medical sociology, demography, and economics.