Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing the highest standards of care for animals used for research and teaching purposes. Duties include feeding animals; veterinary duties; maintaining animal space and lab equipment; and ensuring compliance with university, state and federal regulations.
Employees in this subfamily are responsible for designing, executing and analyzing data from multi-center clinical trials and epidemiologic medical investigations. Duties may include statistical design of studies, development of new statistical methodology, statistical analysis of results; and preparation of statistical and scientific reports and publications.
Employees in this subfamily are responsible for analysis, integration, and coordination of research and policy activities to advance a single focus or mission. Duties include advocacy, thought leadership, outreach, education programs, and community partnerships. Research activities can be interdisciplinary in nature.
Employees in this subfamily are responsible for research that uses quantitative and qualitative methods to collect, analyze and report data. Typical tasks may include conducting interviews, observing subjects and publishing results.
Employees in this subfamily are responsible for designing and conducting experiments in a controlled laboratory setting. Duties may include performing experiments, collecting, analyzing and reporting data.
Employees in this subfamily are responsible for supporting the academic or research missions of GW. Duties include providing assistance to faculty or researchers, preparing materials or samples, and performing general lab and equipment maintenance. Duties may include lab supervision, which would typically require skills in budgeting, people management and planning. Employees may also supervise graduate assistants or student workers.