Job Openings

To find open positions at the Boston University Medical School, please visit the BUMC Current Openings and select the type of job postings that interest you. For all positions at Boston University, you must apply online.

The following open staff positions are located within BU ADRC and its campus partners.

Current open positions include:

BU HITSS Project Recruitment Coordinator Position – 12-2020  

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center (may begin remotely due to COVID-19)

New NIH-Funded Research Project: Risk for Later-Life Cognitive Impairment, Neurobehavioral Dysregulation, and Dementia in Former Soccer and American Football Players: The Head Impact and Trauma Surveillance Study (HITSS).  We are seeking a talented, creative individual to oversee all marketing, advertising, and social media activities to recruit former soccer and football players from across the country to participate in a groundbreaking longitudinal research study, conducted entirely online.

BU HITSS Project Study Coordinator Position – 12-2020

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center (may begin remotely due to COVID-19)

We are seeking a talented individual to serve as the Study Coordinator for a groundbreaking longitudinal research study, conducted entirely online. This new, multidisciplinary, NIH-funded study will examine the risk of long-term cognitive and neuropsychiatric impairment and dementia from previous repetitive head impact exposure in contact/collision sports. HITSS will recruit and study 1800 former soccer players (900 women, 900 men) and 1800 former American football players (all men), across levels of play (high school, college, or elite/professional), ages 40-75. HITSS participants will be co-enrolled in the existing internet-based Brain Health Registry (BHR) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

BU CTE Center Post-doc Fellow  9-2020

Exciting opportunity to receive multidisciplinary training in, and to conduct high impact clinical research on, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and related disorders associated with repetitive head impact exposure.