Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
The AHRI Clinical research fellow’s main job will be to conduct supervised TB research about the clinical, social and health systems outcomes of people with TB or abnormal chest x-rays who were identified during the Vukzuazi multi-disease survey.
Clinical,Data Analysis,Laboratory Work,Other Research Development, Science and Scientific Research,Research,Science
Ngo / Non-Profit,Research
The fellow’s research activities will include supervising a telephonic survey, evaluating the clinical outcomes of participants, conducting research physician assesments, analysing data, designing and conducting a social science sub-study and writing manuscripts for the Subclinical TB study. The position will be based at our Durban site and will require periodic travel to our Somkhele site.
1. MBChB (active HPCSA registration)
1. Experience in TB research or advocacy preferred
1. Good verbal and written communication skills in English; Excellent verbal communication in Zulu
2. Accuracy and precision;
3. High computer literacy
4. Report writing
5. Must be able to work under pressure
AHRI is fully compliant with South African labour law and is committed to employment equity. This position is open to South African applicants and valid work permit holders. AHRI reserves the right in special circumstances to accept late applications or to extend the above date in order to facilitate further searches. Furthermore, AHRI reserves the right not to make an appointment.
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