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|Human Research Protection Program, UCSF, Laurel Heights; San Francisco, CA
Associate Director, HRPP
The Associate Director provides key leadership to the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) and manages the activities of IRB Coordinators. The HRPP Associate Director must collaborate with key research support units such as the Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Cancer Center, and other Advisory Committees at UCSF. The Associate Director manages the single IRB reliance program. The HRPP Associate Director reports to the HRPP Director.
• Having wide-ranging experience, uses research compliance concepts and organization objectives to resolve the most complex issues having organization-wide impact
• Works on the most complex issues where little or no organization precedent exists and analysis of situation(s) or data require an in-depth evaluation of variable factors
• Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. Internal and external contacts often pertain to organization plans and objectives
• Is considered a subject matter expert in the organization and often recognized as an expert externally in the industry.
Contact person: Laurie Herraiz, Laurie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Bay Area Legal Incubator (BALI); The Bay Area
|The Source on Healthcare Price and Competition, UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium; San Francisco, CA
Summer Internship (See details below)
The Source on Healthcare Price and Competition is seeking a summer intern. The Source is an independent, nonprofit initiative of the UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium on Law, Science & Health Policy that serves as a multi-disciplinary resource for information and analysis about healthcare price and competition.
The intern will be responsible for reviewing various legal happenings in this area, including litigation, regulation, and legislation at both federal and state levels. The intern will have the opportunity to write legal and policy research memoranda to be published on The Source. The intern will also be responsible for tracking news, reports, and multidisciplinary scholarship on issues of healthcare costs and market competition. Areas of focus include antitrust law, price transparency initiatives, pharmaceutical regulations, and heath policy reform efforts.
The intern should have excellent legal writing and research abilities, familiarity with Westlaw/LexisNexis, and an interest in health law. Experience with blogging/web administration is a plus. This position pays standard Hastings Research Assistant rates and will last for between eight and ten weeks, with flexible start and end dates. There is also the potential for the position to be extended to a Research Assistant position during the fall.
To apply, please send a resume, grade sheet, writing sample, and list of references to Professor Jaime King (email@example.com). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until filled.
University of California, Office of the President; Oakland, CA
American Health Lawyers Association; Washington, D.C.
As part of AHLA's initiative to cultivate diversity among attorneys practicing health law, the Association provides opportunities for talented law students of diverse backgrounds so they can learn more about this segment of the legal profession.
The eight-week internship provides interns numerous networking opportunities with leading health care attorneys, attendance at the Association's Annual Meeting where top-notch CLE sessions on the latest in health and life sciences law are offered, and various legal research/writing projects for AHLA's Professional Resources and Public Interest departments.
University of California San Francisco; San Francisco, CA
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| Borchard Center Foundation on Law & Aging
Fellowship in Law & Aging Program
The Borchard Fellowship in Law & Aging offers the opportunity to carry out a project related to law and aging in partnership with a host agency. Up to three fellowships are available to law school graduates interested in, and perhaps already in the early stages of pursuing, an academic and/or professional career in law and aging.A legal services or other non-profit organization involved in law and aging must supervise a fellow’s activities and projects. In addition to the fellow's planned activities and project (unless the fellow's project includes the provision of legal services), the fellow must also provide some pro bono direct legal services to older persons under appropriate supervision.The fellowship is $50,000 and is intended as a full-time position. The twelve month fellowship period runs from July 1 to June 30 for those already admitted to the Bar and from not later than September 1 to August 31 for those who must sit for the Bar exam after law school graduation. Applications are due on April 15, 2019. All fellowship application information and the required online application are available at http://www.borchardcla.org/fellowship-program. For further information, contact Mary Jane Ciccarello, Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reproductive Justice Fellowships Program, If/When/How; Atlanta, GA; Oakland, CA; Pittsburgh, PA; Seattle, WA; and Washington, D.C
Lawyers for America
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