Katharine grew up in Arlington, MA. She is currently a senior at Regis College studying biology
and laboratory management. While at Regis, Katharine is a Division III varsity athlete and
captain for Women’s Soccer as well as President of the American Medical Students club. She is
now working towards perusing an MD degree program. Katharine spends her spare time
cooking, socializing with friends and family, and volunteering with students in special education
and adaptive athletics.
Emily grew up in Ashland, MA. She received a dual Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Psychology from Regis College in 2021. At Regis, Emily was a four year Division III varsity athlete as well as captain on the Women’s Soccer Team. She is now working towards attending Physician Assistant School or Medical School in the Boston area. Emily spends her spare time by working out, socializing with family and friends, and volunteering in the Boston area.
Meghan grew up in Bolton, MA. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a second major in Public Health from Muhlenberg College in 2019. At Muhlenberg, Meghan was a four year Division III varsity athlete on the Women’s Soccer Team. She now is working towards a dual MS/MPH Master’s degree at Boston University in Medical Science and Epidemiology. Meghan spends her spare time going on trail runs, hiking throughout New England, and volunteering with underprivileged children.
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Position: Research Assistant to Sarav Shah, MD and Glen Ross, MD (Chief of Sports at New England Baptist Hospital)
Location: Boston, MA
Position Type: Part-time, one-year appointment
This part-time position is best suited for recent college graduates interested in pursuing a career in medicine. The applicant should have a strong academic record, must be creative, self-driven, reliable, and motivated to learn. A strong background in statistics is useful. The position offers the opportunity for education and hands-on learning in the medical field.
Research assistants will work closely with Dr. Sarav Shah and Dr. Glen Ross. A typical week may consist of 1-2 days in the OR and 1-2 days in the office. Surgical cases include total shoulder arthroplasty, Reverse shoulder arthroplasty, rotator cuff repair, labral repair, and tendon transfers.
In addition, the Research Assistant will help physicians both in the office and in the operating room. Research assistants experience the clinical, operative, and academic aspects of medicine. Past research assistants have all been integral parts of projects that ended with them being published authors in peer-reviewed orthopedics journals.
Questions about the job can be directed, via email, toward Amanda Bilas: email@example.com
– Supporting physicians with ongoing studies, projects, videos, papers and presentations
– Managing a large surgical database, including entering patient and surgical data and coordinating patient follow-up
– Querying large insurance database for research studies (coding experience useful)
– Recruiting patients and collecting data for research studies
– Videotaping pre-operative and post-operative examinations for Case Reports
– Gathering of patient images, X-rays, as well as operative and clinical notes
– Gathering references and images, editing and formatting research papers
– Drafting Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocols for research studies
– Involvement in many parts of the clinical research process
Application Deadline: May 28th, 2022
Please submit a resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript, and sealed letter of recommendation to both the email addresses below:
Amanda Bilas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lyndsay Gaylord: email@example.com
Join the New England Shoulder and Elbow Center in various engaging shoulder research projects