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NYU Wagner currently has a full-time opportunity for a researcher to participate in a series of studies and reports about U.S. health policy, health reform, and the national healthcare system.
Provide general research support
Manage and analyze data/graphics using STATA software and Excel
Conduct literature reviews for research projects
Use survey data, publicly available government data, and claims data
Summarize project results for academic papers
Write, review, and edit various materials for publication
Demonstrated experience in quantitative or qualitative research
Knowledge of the US healthcare system, including the Affordable Care Act, is desirable
Proficient writing and verbal communication skills
Strong attention to detail
Ability to work on multiple projects at once
Positive attitude, willingness to pitch in and help out on assignments as needed
Proactive and self starter
Interest in research on the subject of healthcare
Proficient with MS Office Suite applications: MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint
Experience with statistical software STATA - experience with scraping data a plus
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