Opportunities

Administrative Director
Center for Chronic Disease Research and Policy
University of Chicago

The Administrative Director will be responsible for expanding the role of the Center for Chronic Disease Research and Policy.  The Director will provide strategic leadership for a Center with senior management and serves as a liaison to academic departments, professional organizations, and administrative units of the University.  Additionally, the Director will have overall responsibility for the management, staffing, budgeting, and development of Center-wide programming, including a new Practice-Based Research Network. 
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Senior Research Specialist – Modeler
Section of General Internal Medicine
University of Chicago

The Senior Research Specialist will possess strong analytical, quantitative and writing skills to work with the research faculty of the Section of General Internal Medicine on a range of projects in health services research and health economics.  The individual must have the ability to independently conduct strong primary and secondary data analysis and have experience building microsimulation models and/or conducting cost-effectiveness analyses/decision analyses for chronic diseases at a moderate to high level of ability.
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Student Interns
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
Office of Health Policy
Washington, DC

The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is currently seeking student interns.  ASPE serves as the principal advisor to the Secretary of HHS on policy development and is responsible for major activities in the areas of policy coordination, legislative development, strategic planning, policy research, evaluation, and economic analysis.  Students will gain experience in a fast-paced work environment, contribute to the production of analytic papers and be exposed to a wide breadth of health policy. 
For complete details, go to aspe.hhs.gov

 

page updated – February 21, 2018