The Hunter Lab (Department of Microbiology and Immunology) works in collaboration with the Adult CF Center at the University of Minnesota on various research projects aimed at understanding the microbial ecology of chronic respiratory disease.
Applicants with be required to obtain medical clearances for this position. Employees in this position will undergo initial online training and annual training. The position is open to students in undergraduate programs at the University of Minnesota (who meet the minimum credit requirements specified by the Student Employment Program) to apply for employment. Students in this position will be gaining direct patient experience.
About the Job
Clinical Research Liaison
Classification & Title: Student Tech Support Services (2226)
Job ID: 332055
Job Type: Part time, 10-15 hrs
Schedule: Varies, usually Monday and Wednesday 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Locations: Clinics and Surgery Center, Microbiology Research Facility
To apply: Students should submit a resume and cover letter to Talia Wiggen at firstname.lastname@example.org.