Manage, plan, coordinate, and direct research studies within and between the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and other departments both inside and outside of UNMC. This process will include research design, collection tools development, resource requirements, coordination of research-related tasks, and data analysis. Responsible for developing and maintaining the department's outcomes database to ensure that comprehensive and appropriate data is collected from eligible participants. Assist with data collection in the clinic settings. Conduct biomechanical testing for select research subjects.
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