Job Opening – Senior Scientist and Program Director: Orthobiologics at Stone Research Foundation
Injuries delay careers. Arthritis Ruins Lives. Our mission is to develop through research, development, innovation and education, new orthopaedic treatments that accelerate healing and enable people to stay active. The Stone Research Foundation is an independent, 501(c)3 non-profit research institute pioneering regenerative orthopedic treatments to stimulate the body’s own healing properties to reduce the suffering of sports injuries and arthritis. We leverage donations into important clinical and translational research and education. In our clinical research, we conduct outcome studies to measure the effectiveness of the biologic surgical techniques developed and utilized at The Stone Clinic in addition to, clinical trials of growth factors and stem derived cells in tissue injury and arthritis. We conduct translational research to prove the scientific merit of new biologic approaches. We disseminate of the results of this research through presentation, publication, and education in order that others may benefit, and advance the standard of care in orthopedics.
About the Role
The Senior Scientist and Program Director is the backbone of the research program at the Foundation. The position manages a variety of clinical and pre-clinical research programs and is responsible for the full life cycle of projects from literature review, grant applications and protocol creation, to data collection, analysis, and publication. The position demands a wide range of talents and in return provides a great deal of opportunity and latitude to own, create, and manage key components of the research study lifecycle.
Ph.D. in orthobiologics related fields
Experience in orthopaedic research and administration
For more information about The Stone Research Foundation and Stone Clinic please view www.stoneresearch.org and or www.stoneclinic.com
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