ASPIRE Internship: Objective GI, Clinical Registry and Data Science Intern
ASPIRE Internship Opportunity:
Clinical Registry and Data Science Intern
341 Cool Springs Blvd, #110
Franklin, TN 37067
Objective GI is a life sciences services and technology company establishing clinical research partnerships with gastroenterology medical practices and providing research infrastructure, optimal trial selection, study implementation, and key personnel management. Our proprietary processes and technology eliminate the practice workflow disruptions typically associated with clinical trials and create a profitable ancillary vertical that enhances patient care in silent chronic diseases.
The Clinical Registry Intern will be responsible for the creation of a clinical registry database intended to support the further study of silent chronic diseases. The intern will be involved in both the strategic design of the registry and the technical decisions around data definition and architecture. As the registry evolves and initial data is populated, the intern will transition to more data science related duties centered around algorithm definition based on registry data.
THE PARTICIPANT WILL:
- Create an initial charter document defining the registry objectives, design, and protocol
- Lead implementation and rollout of registry data submission across new sites
- Communicate with key site personnel about the registry requirements and the best practices for implementation within the site
- Lead the creation of a registry roadmap that defines how the registry evolves in the short term
- Assist in the database design and identification of key data elements for the registry
- Assist in the creation of processes to validate/curate the data prior to entry into the registry to ensure accuracy
- Create a data dictionary that identifies what data resides in the registry and in what format
- Utilize a combination of data export files and scripts to extract data from internal sources and add to the registry
- Analyze data within the registry to understand whether there is potential to predict which patients belong in which trials
- Learn the full life cycle of management of clinical trials
- Potential opportunities to travel to remote sites to observe and learn about points of access
- Gain exposure to the professional culture in a high-growth healthcare tech startup
- Internship will run April-July 2019, with the opportunity to extend pending review.
- Internship is paid, part-time (8-10 hours per week, variable)
Applications due by midnight, Monday, March 25, 2019
- Fill out the following ASPIRE Internship Application found here: (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ObjGISpr2019)
- Submit a resume and cover letter to Ashley Brady at firstname.lastname@example.org (Please submit documents as pdfs with your last name_ObjGI_Spring 2019 in the file name and with subject line: ASPIRE Internship: AHA)
- Schedule a meeting with Ashley Brady prior to the application deadline
Your information will then be passed along to the organization and they will contact you directly to schedule an interview.
- Applicants must be a current Vanderbilt University PhD student or a current postdoctoral fellow.
- All PhD students must have completed all coursework for their degree prior to the start of the internship.
- Biomedical PhD students must also have passed their qualifying exams before the application deadline.
- Students and postdocs may not participate in more than one internship at a time. More than one application may be submitted at a single time, but only one position can be accepted.
- If you are not in a department supported by the BRET office, we will also require that you complete a form guaranteeing PI approval to participate in this program. Please contact Ashley Brady at email@example.com for more information.
- If you are an international student or postdoctoral fellow, your visa status may affect your work eligibility. Please contact Ashley Brady (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss this further.