Spine Research Assistant Position Available

Dr. Roger Härtl is currently seeking candidates for a research assistant position. Ideal candidates are undergraduates seeking to enhance their resume before application to graduate school or medical school, or recent college graduates interested in neurosurgical research. A research background is preferred.

This is a full-time, one- to two-year position at Weill Cornell Medical College, Neurological Surgery, reporting to Dr. Roger Härtl, chief of spinal surgery. Duties will include data entry and data management on spine research projects, and will be located at the New York City campus.

Interested candidates should send their inquiries with CV and letters of reference to Dr. Hartl in the care of Branden Medary.

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