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Positions at ATHN

The American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network (ATHN) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation founded in July 2006. ATHN provides a national informatics platform and public health services that support clinical care and outcomes analysis, research, advocacy, and public health reporting in communities impacted by non-neoplastic hematologic disorders. ATHN partners with a network of over 146 affiliated sites (ATHN Affiliate Network) conducting research, surveillance, and Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives. In addition, ATHN partners with government programs, community-based organizations and industry, with the ultimate goal of improving the care and quality of life for those affected by non-neoplastic hematologic disorders.

Summary:
The Director of Public Health Programs and Surveillance is responsible for the fiscal and programmatic management of the Community Counts Project. Community Counts is a public health monitoring program that collects data for public health tracking of the complications of bleeding disorders. The Director is responsible for working collaboratively with ATHN staff, the regional leadership of the US Hemophilia Treatment Network, hemophilia treatment center staff, and CDC staff to develop, plan, implement, and evaluate the activities of the program. As the Community Counts project is a cooperative agreement between ATHN and the CDC, the Director of Public Health Programs and Surveillance is also responsible for award management including proposal submissions, reporting and budget development. The Public Health Programs and Surveillance Director is critical member of the ATHN’s Office of Public Health Initiatives and is responsible for maintaining stewardship of ATHN’s relationship with the CDC. The Public Health Programs and Surveillance Director will report to the Senior Director of the Office of Public Health Initiatives. 

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary liaison between ATHN and the CDC for the Community Counts project.
  • Supervise and direct the work of ATHN Community Counts project staff, consultants, interns, and students.
  • Develop and submit ATHN’s annual Community Counts cooperative agreement grant submission to the CDC.
  • Conduct the activities required to ensure execution and monitoring of regional subgrantees contracts in compliance with federal regulations.
  • Provide fiscal and programmatic management of the Community Counts project and the CDC cooperative agreement.
  • Develop, manage, and evolve the project work plan to ensure outcome measures and process measures are achieved in adherence with the plan.
  • Develop and manage project related health promotion and dissemination activities including but not limited to publications, social media, and other methods of communication and outreach.
  • Develop and manage project related evaluation activities.
  • Work with CDC and other ATHN staff to further identify areas for improvement in data quality and project execution.
  • Build and sustain collaborative relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Coordinate special projects in support of strategic initiatives and partnerships.
  • Oversee the development of tools and materials designed to support the regional networks and participating treatment centers in the successful implementation of the Community Counts project.

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Master of Public Health, Nursing, or related field required.
  • PhD of Public Health, Nursing, or related field preferred.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in healthcare, public health or related field required.
  • Experience in blood disorders, a plus.
  • Experience managing a federal program, a plus.
  • Experience in managing a program comprised of diverse stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of quality improvement science, including measurement methodology and implementation.
  • Knowledge of program evaluation, including measurement methodology and implementation.
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment and to be self-motivated.
  • Proven record of project and relationship management skills including managing timelines and supporting constructive change.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with strong oral and written communication skills.

Travel:  As needed to attend conferences and federal meetings
Salary range:  $98,000 - $120,000
Availability:  Immediate

Contact: Interested parties should send their cover letter, resume and statement of qualifications (combined in one PDF) to support@athn.org with subject line “Director, Public Health Programs and Surveillance”.

The American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network (ATHN) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation founded in July 2006. ATHN provides a national informatics platform and public health services supporting clinical care and outcomes analysis, research, advocacy, and public health reporting in communities impacted by non-neoplastic hematologic disorders. ATHN partners with a network of over 146 affiliated sites (ATHN Affiliate Network) conducting research, surveillance, and Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives. In addition, ATHN partners with government programs, community-based organizations and industry, with the ultimate goal of improving the care and quality of life for those affected by non-neoplastic hematologic disorders.

Summary:
The Senior Biostatistician position reports to the Senior Director of Biostatistics.  The biostatistics team is currently composed of one Biostatistician, three Data Scientists and one Project Manager. As a member of the biostatistics team, ATHN’s Senior Biostatistician primary responsibility is to perform analyses and develop models and visualizations of ATHN’s data assets.  The work performed by the person filling this role will be varied, including working with investigators on novel research, monitoring ATHN sponsored clinical trials, working with ATHN’s support staff and staff from affiliated sites to validate and clean their data. The candidate will be given the opportunity to work with investigators and other members of the non-neoplastic hematology clinical and clinical research community on research projects and data quality initiatives.

ATHN is a virtual organization, meaning all ATHN staff are remote workers.  We rely on modern communication tools to create a collective sense of purpose and stay connected with each other.  If making a difference in the treatment of rare disorders excites you and you enjoy working remotely, we encourage you to apply.

Responsibilities:

  • Performing ad-hoc queries utilizing the ATHNdataset, a de-identified national database of bleeding and clotting disorder patients to fulfill the interests of sponsors and collaborators.
  • Analyzing of real-world experiences in the community of bleeding and clotting disorders.
  • Supporting accrual reports for open label multi-center clinical trials.
  • Collaborating with researchers in the preparation of original manuscripts and conference abstracts.
  • Working with steering committees to develop protocols for clinical trials.
  • Drafting Statistical Analysis Plans.
  • Processing, cleansing, and verifying the integrity of data used for analyses.
  • Automating routine analyses.

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Master of Biostatistics, Statistics, or related field.
  • PhD of Biostatistics, Statistics, or related field preferred.
  • Authorship on statistical methodology or theory publications preferred.
  • First authorship on statistical methodology or theory publications, a plus.
  • Experience with machine learning techniques, a plus.
  • At least 4-years’ experience in the health care industry or clinic research organization, a plus.
  • Experience in bleeding disorders, a plus.
  • Strong skills in data manipulation, data cleaning, and data analysis. 
  • Proficiency in estimation, hypothesis testing and model building applied to both continuous and discrete outcomes. 
  • Proficiency in statistical programming languages, like SAS, R or Python.
  • Ability to write SQL, a plus.
  • Possess an in-depth knowledge of the design for a retrospective or prospective study.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Possess self-learning capability.
  • Must be capable of multitasking.
  • Must be able to work in a team environment.
  • Must be able to work independently.
  • Must be self-motivated, self-disciplined, and detail oriented.   

Travel:  As needed to attend conferences and federal meetings
Salary range:  $100,000 - $130,000
Availability:  Immediate

Contact: Interested parties should send their cover letter, resume and statement of qualifications (combined in one PDF) to support@athn.org with subject line “Senior Biostatistician”.

The American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network (ATHN) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation founded in July 2006. ATHN provides a national informatics platform and public health services that support clinical care and outcomes analysis, research, advocacy, and public health reporting in communities impacted by non-neoplastic hematologic disorders. ATHN partners with a network of over 146 affiliated sites (ATHN Affiliate Network) conducting research, surveillance, and Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives. In addition, ATHN partners with government programs, community-based organizations, and industry, with the ultimate goal of improving the care and quality of life for those affected by non-neoplastic hematologic disorders.

Summary:
The Clinical Project Manager (CPM) is responsible for managing a portfolio of projects for research by working with ATHN staff, external partners, investigators, and participating site personnel. Projects may include short or long-term research studies, such as cohort studies, QI studies, and other projects, as directed.

Responsibilities:

  • Executes ATHN-sponsored projects according to project timeline and funding. As the primary liaison with investigators, site staff and sponsor representatives, directs study launch, implementation, and close-out phases. Tracks and critically assesses project implementation at sites. Develops study specific materials.
  • Assist in writing SOPs, processes, work instructions, etc. for the research program.
  • Works with project advisory committees and relevant ATHN team members, identifies and recruits qualified sites for each project; and ensures compliance with participating site eligibility requirements, based on established requirements for IRB approvals, patient authorizations/consents, protocols, contracts, ATHN policies, and other legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Participates in meeting, planning and administration to support study related work groups. Manages webinars and meetings; creates and distributes meeting invitations, agendas, minutes, supporting documents, reports, etc.
  • Plans and distributes timely and informative study communications, including study documentation, investigator/site training, targeted materials (i.e., newsletters, study brochures, operations memos, email).
  • Responsible for projects utilizing central IRB: communication with site staff, submission, maintenance, and close-out.
  • Maintain project files (electronically, using shared network resources) including protocols, case report forms, supplemental materials, consent documents, investigator meeting minutes, IRB approvals, site/study personnel credentials and correspondence. Includes maintenance of clinicaltrials.gov and other databases, as appropriate. Maintains all project-related tracking and reporting.
  • Produces and/or assists with creating and ensuring accurate and timely study reports for committees, investigators, sponsors, and funders. Review data listings and data reports. Participates in data management activities to ensure submission of complete and accurate data. Ensures safety reports are being submitted and reviewed per contract and relevant regulations.
  • Communicates with ATHN staff and external personnel to plan and achieve milestones and provide deliverables based on contracts and timelines.
  • Builds and strengthens relationships with the growing number of ATHN-affiliated  sites, investigators and sponsors. Ensures that ATHN Affiliates are fully informed regarding research projects.
  • Identifies and problem solves barriers to implementation (e.g., staff training, material templates, organizational workflow)
  • Work with study publications committee to target and address peer review publication opportunities and coordinate publication activities.
  • May be assigned monitoring duties for interventional studies according to ICH GCP E6 R(2) guidelines.

Experience/Qualifications:

  • BA or BS. Master’s in Public Health, Research related degree or Project management preferred.
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a research-related field (e.g., study coordination, regulatory, or other clinical research initiatives) required.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in managing a team
  • Experience in bleeding disorders, a plus
  • Ability to work independently to meet team goals and to plan workload based on established priorities and directives
  • Must be able to work in collaborative, multidisciplinary, distributed environment and be highly self-motivated and dedicated. Team player a must.
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with strong oral and written communication skills
  • Proficient, with advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Travel: Limited – 2 to 4 times per year for project team meetings and scientific conferences
Salary range:  $115,000 - $125,000
Availability:  Immediate

Contact: Interested parties should send their cover letter, resume and statement of qualifications (combined in one PDF) to support@athn.org with subject line “Lead Clinical Project Manager position”.



Positions at ATHN Affiliates

The Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Utah School of Medicine has an immediate opening for a Pediatric Hematologist, with focused training in pediatric hematology, hemophilia and thrombophilia.  The physician will provide clinical patient care services to patients with cancer and blood disorders focusing on benign hematology, bleeding disorders and hemophilia, and thrombosis.  The physician will provide care in a multidisciplinary Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) to patients with benign hematologic conditions in the outpatient clinic and inpatient unit, including an inpatient hematology consult service.  There is an opportunity to participate in clinical and translational research projects and to implement clinical trials. Clinical activities will be carried out at Primary Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Service Line outpatient clinic and inpatient unit.  In addition to clinical service, there is an expectation for academic work, including education, investigation, administration as well as advocacy. 

The pediatric hematologist will collaborate with an outstanding group of pediatric hematologists/oncologists, as well as pediatric orthopedic surgeons, pediatric BMT program, and the adult hematology programs, which include active clinical and basic research programs.  In addition, interactions with social workers, physical therapists, neuropsychologists, advanced practitioners and basic scientists will be an important part of this role. 

Qualified candidates must be Board Eligible/Board Certified in Pediatrics and in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, and must have focused training in pediatric hematology, hemophilia and thrombophilia.  The selected candidate will receive a faculty appointment in the Department of Pediatrics on the Clinical or Tenure Track at the academic level commensurate with experience and qualifications. 

The University of Utah/Department of Pediatrics offers a competitive salary and an unmatched benefits program, including non-contributory retirement contributions of 20.2% of annual salary that vest immediately. The Department offers a faculty development and mentoring program designed to help faculty succeed in translational or basic research.

Salt Lake City offers an incredible quality of life with a growing economy, rich cultural scene with ballet, theatre, symphony, opera and museums, outstanding restaurants, and a moderate cost of living. The city is a well-known ski destination and a gateway to the state’s renowned landscapes. In addition to its 14 ski resorts, Utah boasts five scenic national parks (with five more within a day’s drive), a variety of golf courses allowing for year-round play, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, a picturesque Lake Powell, and numerous other outdoor activities.

Interested individuals can apply at http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/110299. Cover letter and curriculum vitae are required.  For additional information about the position, please contact: Richard S. Lemons, M.D., Ph.D., at richard.lemons@hsc.utah.edu.

The University of Utah Health (U of U Health) is a patient focused center distinguished by collaboration, excellence, leadership, and respect. The U of U Health values candidates who are committed to fostering and furthering the culture of compassion, collaboration, innovation, accountability, diversity, integrity, quality, and trust that is integral to our mission. 

The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, status as a person with a disability, genetic information, or Protected Veteran status. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. To inquire about the University’s nondiscrimination or affirmative action policies or to request disability accommodation, please contact: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Circle, Rm 135, (801) 581-8365.

Montefiore Medical Center, the university hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, New York), is seeking a candidate for a tenure track, full-time Clinical Hematologist / Clinical Researcher faculty position in our Division of Hematology at the Assistant or Associate Professor Level. 

Our ideal candidate will have interests in the care and management of patients with thrombosis, bleeding disorders, complementopathies, hemoglobinopathies, and general nonmalignant hematology. We are a large nonmalignant hematology group, with a funded Hemophilia Treatment Center and a Sickle Cell Center. The candidate would be expected to participate in and develop their own clinical/epidemiologic research and/or clinical trials. The position includes clinical practice in both inpatient and outpatient settings, teaching of medical students, residents and fellows. Preference will be given to candidates interested in hemostasis and thrombosis. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates must have an M.D, be board certified in Hematology, and be eligible for a license to practice medicine in the state of New York. We are an equal opportunity employer.

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. This is an outstanding opportunity to join an academically strong, growing and collaborative Division of Hematology in a leading medical school. Interested individuals should email their CV to Henny Billett MD, Chief of the Division of Hematology, Department of Oncology at henny.billett@einstein.yu.edu.

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute (CBDI) in St. Petersburg, Florida is pleased to announce the recruitment of a junior faculty member in pediatric hematology to work closely with senior leaders in pediatric coagulation and be integral in the development of a new Hemostasis and Thrombosis (HAT) inpatient service at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital (JHACH). Leadership opportunities may be available based on the experience/training of this individual. The HAT service is designed to seamlessly integrate with the outpatient thrombosis, stroke and bleeding disorder clinics. This person will provide ongoing consultative co-management for inpatients (primarily in the ICUs) with thrombosis, bleeding (hemostasis), stroke, VAD and ECMO throughout their duration of hospitalization as well as the hematology inpatient service as needed. The physician will also provide care for stroke, thrombosis and sickle cell patients as part of a team of pediatric benign hematology subspecialists in the outpatient setting. In addition, this individual will pursue mentored research and quality/safety initiatives within HAT and/or benign hematology. Candidate requirements include completion of an ACGME fellowship in pediatric hematology-oncology. Additional fellowship training in HAT is strongly preferred but not required. Depending upon candidate qualifications, either a part-time or full-time faculty appointment is anticipated in the Division of Hematology, Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

The Comprehensive Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Treatment Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital provides family-centered, compassionate care to patients with a bleeding disorder. Patients and their families receive comprehensive care and services to address all aspects of life impacted by a bleeding disorder. The JHM Pediatric Thrombosis Program is one of the largest in the country, caring for approximately 100 new patients annually across the Baltimore and St. Petersburg campuses. Both the JHM Pediatric Thrombosis Program and the JHM Pediatric Sickle Cell Program are international leaders in clinical trials in their fields, including active roles as a clinical coordinating center, data coordinating center, and/or central biorepository for multicenter investigator-initiated studies. In addition, the program leads bi-campus cohort and biobanking studies in HAT and serves as a very active center in the International Pediatric Stroke Study.

Colleagues in the team of pediatric benign hematology subspecialists at JHACH include:

  • Irmel Ayala, M.D. Hemostasis; Team Leader for Hematology, Director of 340B Hemophilia program
  • Leila Jerome Clay, M.D., MCTS Director, Comprehensive Sickle Cell Disease Program; Hemoglobinopathy
  • Valerie Cruz-Flores, M.D. Hematologist/Oncologist
  • Neil Goldenberg, M.D., Ph.D. Director of Thrombosis Program; Co-Director of Stroke Program (primary mentor)
  • HAT Service Physician. Benign Heme, Hemostasis, Thrombosis

Baltimore-based JHM colleagues in pediatric hematology include:

  • James Casella, M.D. Division Chief; Director of 340B Hemophilia Program; Director of Pediatric Sickle Cell Program
  • Courtney Lawrence, M.D., Ph.D. Co-Director of Pediatric Anticoagulation Management Service

JHACH is a 259-bed teaching hospital, ranked as a U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospital in eight pediatric specialties (2020-2021) including Cancer. Resources include a Clinical and Translational Research Organization, state-of-the-art Biorepository, and multi-omics Molecular Determinants Center and Core. As one of the largest pediatric Hematology-Oncology centers in the southeastern United States, the CBDI is a leading center for treatment and clinical research. Clinical areas of focus for the CBDI include benign hematology, comprehensive sickle cell program, coagulation and thrombophilia, vascular malformations, familial cancer, neuro-oncology, hematologic malignancies, sarcoma, neuroblastoma and bone marrow transplantation. As the Institute continues to grow, collaborative relationships are also expanding with the JHU Department of Oncology, the Sydney Kimmel Cancer Center, the JHU SOM Division of Pediatric Hematology, Moffitt Cancer Center and Tampa General Hospital. These relationships give clinicians and researchers access to clinical trials, translational research opportunities and internationally recognized expertise.

The CBDI has over 130 diverse active therapeutic and supportive care studies that are investigator-initiated, industry-sponsored, or offered through national organizations such as the Children’s Oncology Group and various other consortia. The creation of our pediatric Biorepository and Molecular Determinants Core provide additional opportunities for phase 1, 2, 3 and pilot studies.

The Tampa-St. Petersburg area is a wonderful place to work and live, offering year-round sunshine, abundant cultural and recreational activities, sports venues, excellent schools and an affordable cost of living. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is centrally located to many of Florida's amenities, only minutes from Tampa and the beautiful gulf beaches, two hours from Orlando, and four hours from Miami. To confidentially learn more details, please contact:

Joe Bogan
Providence Healthcare Group
(817) 424-1010 (Direct)
jbogan@provdoc.com