The Office of Research Support (ORS) in the University at Buffalo’s School of Dental Medicine (SDM) Office of Research Support
invites applications for a Research Administrator. ORS was established to provide the necessary infrastructure to support the research endeavors of SDM faculty, trainees, and students. The Research Administrator will facilitate grant proposal development and management, as well as provide administrative support for a variety of SDM programs.
Reporting to the ORS Director, the primary duties and responsibilities of the successful candidate include:
- Provide pre- and post-award grants management support to SDM faculty.
- Work with the SDM communications team to maintain the SDM Research webpages and promote new SDM research findings and awards across campus.
- Assist with organization of the annual SDM Student Research Day and administration of the Summer Dental Research Program.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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