In the Healthcare Analytics Laboratory at Chicago Booth, teams of MBA students and other graduate students from across campus work with healthcare providers to improve delivery by analyzing large, complex datasets. The Research Professional will work with faculty, staff, students, and sponsors to help scope, organize, plan, and execute/coach these real-world projects. Collaborate on research to convert project topics into publishable papers and possibly teaching case studies. Articles will be targeted towards both healthcare journals and journals in the quantitative sciences.
This position is expected to last for two years with the possibility of an additional year.
Coordinates ongoing research projects between faculty by gathering, compiling, processing, and manipulating data.
Obtains and organizes information for research from other institutions and government agencies.
Conducts data preparation and analysis to produce publications including research articles.
Prepares data for and mentors student teams in the Healthcare Analytics Lab course.
Maintains effective communication with all members of the faculty and outside institutions.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Ph.D. in Operations Research/Operations Management or related field required.
Experience working with large datasets required.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Background conducting quantitative research in healthcare is required.
Ability to demonstrate a broad range of interests in healthcare management that span and integrate clinical, operational, and financial issues required.
Strong capability to learn (as appropriate) and deploy a wide range of quantitative methodologies in operations research, statistics/econometrics, and machine learning, required.
Advanced computer skills in scientific computing are required.
Excellent communication and organizational skills are required.
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