SORCE collaborates with affiliated faculty investigators by assisting in:
- Faculty research development: research design, grant application and budget development, development of new collaborations with UW and outside partners
- Health Services Project Management: coordination of study resources and staff, fiscal and administrative management of research
- Statistical support: statistical design, data management and analyses, epidemiologic support
- Quality improvement initiatives: design, development and delivery of QI programs; clinical data abstraction for all programs
- Application form >> (.docx)
- A current curriculum vitae.
- A 2-3 page letter of interest, outlining your research interests as they relate to the program, your career goals, current positions and progress towards your goals, and how this position would contribute to your goals.
- (optional) A brief personal statement: SORCE welcomes fellows who have varied cultural experiences or educationally or economically disadvantaged backgrounds and will therefore contribute to the intellectual and social enrichment of the program. If you wish to have these factors included in the review of your application, please provide a statement concerning your personal history, family background, and influences on your intellectual development. This statement should include cultural and educational opportunities (or lack thereof), social and economic disadvantages that you may have had to overcome, and the ways in which these experiences affected you. Include your special interests and abilities, career plans, and future goals.
**Submit 2-3 letters of reference either under separate cover or with the above application package. See application form for more information.**
SORCE has periodic openings in the Undergraduate Practical Research Education Program (U-Prep). Available positions can be found through the Undergraduate Research Program website >>. Interns are expected to volunteer 6 to 9 hours per week for 1 year and must take the internship for credit during academic quarters under SURG 499A. Interns work on a variety of research projects as determined by need. Common intern assignments include clinical record data abstraction, data entry, assistance in the translational animal laboratory, and general research project support to SORCE staff. Upon demonstrated ability, interns may be given small projects to manage or develop on their own. Interns will have the opportunity to routinely interact with SORCE staff and participate in SORCE events. Internship candidates should be interested in medicine, surgery, public health or health services. Interested students should review postings on the Undergraduate Research Program website >> and follow instructions to apply. More information can be found here.
Modified July 2014 - MDH