clinical research assistant salary

by Radhe

I had been thinking about what I wanted to do in my career and this article by Dr. David J. Brown of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign got my attention. I was curious about what the differences between a typical medical assistant and a clinical research assistant were, so I decided to take a look. I also wanted to see what the salary was like that working in a research clinic.

According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), a typical medical assistant makes $9.10 an hour, and a clinical research assistant, $11.75 an hour. The only difference is that a typical medical assistant is a medical assistant that has a bachelor’s degree and a clinical research assistant is a medical assistant that has an associate’s degree. And that’s not all.

To be a clinical research assistant you must be enrolled in the medical assistant program at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The program also requires that you pass a drug test, complete a background check, and have at least five years of work experience with the VA. This means that a typical medical assistant makes around $11 an hour. A clinical research assistant makes around $15 an hour.

Clinical research assistants are typically older professionals in their 30s and 40s. They usually have a bachelor’s or associate’s degree and work in the private sector in areas such as health care, social work, and public health. The typical salary ranges from $30,000 to $40,000. But it’s not uncommon for these types of assistants to make up to $100,000 annually.

The VA is the U.S. government’s largest employment agency, and most of the medical assistants and clinical research assistants work in the hospitals. But many of their jobs are outsourced to the private sector, which means they work for agencies like GE and for the government itself. This means that their salary varies very widely.

The most notable example is the research assistant at Georgia Tech, after being hired by the VA for a year on top of his pay. It was this research assistant who told us that he became ill with a brain tumor and needed to go to the VA for brain surgery. It took him a year for the VA to have it removed from his head.

When they say that the VA takes care of veterans, it’s not so much for the veterans, but for the patients. Many of the people who work for the VA are people who have been in the field for years, and have had their health taken care of by the VA.

Most of the VA medical centers have a research assistants that help the doctors test out drugs, conduct tests, and perform other medical procedures. These research assistants are paid a relatively low salary because they are usually in training and have been in the field for a while. The VA medical centers also hire people who specialize in computer science, finance, and other fields that aren’t medical.

It used to be that the VA paid research assistants more, but after some study, the VA decided that its best to just pay what they pay the researchers. This is because the research assistants have a great amount of experience, and the medical centers are usually looking to hire a few more people as well. The pay is a little bit higher, but it is still a lot less than what they were paying the research assistants.

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