Healthcare Research Intern (Spring/Summer)
Our marketing team is seeking an intern to conduct web and literature-based research on existing concussion assessment protocols.
Reports to Sr. Director of Marketing & Market Access
Is a part-time (20 hours per week) temporary position.
Position is based in our corporate office, located in Bethesda, Maryland which is 3 blocks from the Bethesda Metro Station and on numerous bus routes.
All roles at BrainScope maintain a customer focus, a commitment to excellence, and adherence to compliance policy and medical device regulation in all work decisions to uphold BrainScope’s “Culture of Quality.”
Conduct web-based and literature-based research on state laws as it relates to concussion assessment protocols. Compare and contrast the concussion assessments currently available on BrainScope One versus state protocols and current usage of assessments by our customers.
Conduct web-based and literature-based research on concussion protocols, return to play guidelines and requirements used by sports associates, societies. Compare and contrast the concussion assessments currently available on BrainScope One versus these protocols/guidelines and current usage of assessments by our customers.
Working towards Bachelor’s or Graduate Degree
Strong analytical and research skills
Possess a natural curiosity and creative approach to seeking out information from various sources.
Ability to focus on details and produce very accurate work
Drive to execute and achieve set goals within specific timeline.
Strong excel skills and ability to organize and manage large volumes of data from various sources.
Healthcare or medical experience is appreciated.
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