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CANCER PREVENTION RESEARCHER

 This role involves systematically reviewing and critically evaluating scientific literature related to cancer risk factors, prevention methods, interventions, and public health initiatives. The researcher collaborates with interdisciplinary teams, contributes to evidence-based recommendations, and informs the development of effective cancer prevention programs.

LOCATION

Atlanta

EMPLOYMENT TYPE

Full-time

What You’ll Do

Key Responsibilities

  • Literature Review and Analysis:

    • Conduct systematic literature reviews to identify and evaluate relevant research studies, articles, and publications related to cancer prevention.

    • Synthesize and analyze findings from diverse sources to gain insights into cancer risk factors, trends, preventive measures, and emerging strategies.

  • Critical Evaluation and Evidence Synthesis:

    • Assess the quality, credibility, and validity of research studies and evidence, applying rigorous review methodologies.

    • Summarize and synthesize complex scientific information into clear, concise summaries that inform decision-making and recommendations.

  • Data Extraction and Interpretation:

    • Extract relevant data, statistics, and findings from studies for meta-analysis and comparative assessments.

    • Interpret and contextualize research results within the broader landscape of cancer prevention and public health.

  • Collaboration and Interdisciplinary Work:

    • Collaborate with oncologists, epidemiologists, public health experts, and other specialists to define research objectives and align findings with practical applications.

    • Contribute to interdisciplinary teams working on cancer prevention projects, sharing insights and expertise.

  • Reporting and Communication:

    • Prepare comprehensive reports, literature summaries, and evidence-based recommendations for internal teams, stakeholders, and policymakers.

    • Present findings at conferences, seminars, and workshops to contribute to the advancement of cancer prevention knowledge.

  • Emerging Trends and Innovation:

    • Stay updated with the latest research, advancements, and trends in cancer prevention strategies, technologies, and interventions.

    • Identify gaps in existing literature and propose areas for further research and exploration.

  • Ethical Considerations:

    • Ensure adherence to ethical guidelines and confidentiality when handling sensitive health data and research information.

  • Qualifications:

  • A PhD degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Oncology, Health Sciences, or a related field with a focus on cancer prevention.

  • Strong research skills with expertise in conducting systematic literature reviews and evidence synthesis.

  • In-depth understanding of cancer risk factors, prevention methods, and related research methodologies.

  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and data interpretation to assess and compare study outcomes.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to present complex findings clearly and effectively.

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within multidisciplinary teams.

  • Attention to detail, critical thinking, and the ability to draw meaningful insights from diverse sources.

  • Familiarity with research software, databases, and reference management tools.

  • Knowledge of ethical considerations and research integrity in scientific literature reviews.

  • The Cancer Prevention Researcher specializing in literature reviews contributes significantly to the field of cancer prevention by providing evidence-based insights that inform interventions, policies, and strategies. Through rigorous analysis and critical evaluation, this role helps shape the landscape of cancer prevention initiatives and advances our understanding of reducing cancer risk on a global scale on a global scale

Ethical Considerations:

  • Ensure adherence to ethical guidelines and confidentiality when handling sensitive health data and research information.

  • Qualifications:

  • A PhD degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Oncology, Health Sciences, or a related field with a focus on cancer prevention.

  • Strong research skills with expertise in conducting systematic literature reviews and evidence synthesis.

  • In-depth understanding of cancer risk factors, prevention methods, and related research methodologies.

  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and data interpretation to assess and compare study outcomes.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to present complex findings clearly and effectively.

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within multidisciplinary teams.

  • Attention to detail, critical thinking, and the ability to draw meaningful insights from diverse sources.

  • Familiarity with research software, databases, and reference management tools.

  • Knowledge of ethical considerations and research integrity in scientific literature reviews.

  • The Cancer Prevention Researcher specializing in literature reviews contributes significantly to the field of cancer prevention by providing evidence-based insights that inform interventions, policies, and strategies. Through rigorous analysis and critical evaluation, this role helps shape the landscape of cancer prevention initiatives and advances our understanding of reducing cancer risk on a global scale

  • Ethical Considerations:

  • Ensure adherence to ethical guidelines and confidentiality when handling sensitive health data and research information.

Qualifications:

  • A PhD degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Oncology, Health Sciences, or a related field with a focus on cancer prevention.

  • Strong research skills with expertise in conducting systematic literature reviews and evidence synthesis.

  • In-depth understanding of cancer risk factors, prevention methods, and related research methodologies.

  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and data interpretation to assess and compare study outcomes.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to present complex findings clearly and effectively.

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within multidisciplinary teams.

  • Attention to detail, critical thinking, and the ability to draw meaningful insights from diverse sources.

  • Familiarity with research software, databases, and reference management tools.

  • Knowledge of ethical considerations and research integrity in scientific literature reviews.

  • The Cancer Prevention Researcher specializing in literature reviews contributes significantly to the field of cancer prevention by providing evidence-based insights that inform interventions, policies, and strategies. Through rigorous analysis and critical evaluation, this role helps shape the landscape of cancer prevention initiatives and advances our understanding of reducing cancer risk on a global scale

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