Join our team

The Center for Women’s Health Research and Innovation (CWHRI) is growing!  We are looking for new team members who are highly motivated towards excellence and who have a passion for women's health.

Data analyst

We are seeking a statistical data analyst to support CWHRI faculty in designing and implementing appropriate methods for the management and analysis of complex research study data, manuscript preparation, and drafting statistical analyses of grant applications. Applicants must have a thorough understanding of methodological and conceptual components of statistical analysis and health services research, and be able to apply that understanding to make independent, practical contributions to the research.The incumbent will work with many different data sets such as electronic medical record data, claims data, and survey data, and must possess expert knowledge of research methodology to work with a high level of autonomy. The successful candidate must possess expertise in research methodology with emphasis on statistics or epidemiology, mastery of at least one statistical software (i.e., Stata, SPSS, SAS, or R) and have strong interest in continuously learn new statistical methodology. If interested, please contact Sonya Borrero at  

Research Assistant 

We are seeking a research assistant who will provide support for several research projects focusing on women’s reproductive health. This position will support research activities under the direction of the Principal Investigator and respective Coordinators for each of the studies. This involves multiple NIH-funded large scale, multi-site studies. The successful candidate will assist with participant recruitment and enrollment, scheduling participant appointments, participant interviewing, and study data management. Administrative and other study related duties may be required as necessary. The successful candidate must have strong written and oral communication skills. The ability to work independently and as a team is required. The ideal candidate will be familiar with research methodologies and have a strong interest in women’s health care and reproductive health. If interested, please contact Sonya Borrero at