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Research Analyst
This is a contract role that ends one year from date of hire.The Research Analyst will provide administrative and research support across multiple research studies housed within the Sexual and Gender Minority Health Equity Laboratory.Our team works with The PRIDE Study, a longitudinal cohort study of LGBTQIA+ people, we conduct clinical trials to improve the health of LGBTQIA+ people, and we collect data to better understand the health of LGBTQIA+ communities. We also conduct secondary analyses of LGBTQIA+ health data from the All of Us Research Program and the MACS WIHS Combined Cohort Study, among other data sources. Key topics of interest include posttraumatic stress disorder, substance use, minority stress, and

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