The Senior Staff Scientist will play a critical role in leading the development of the behavioral science team at Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI). An early focus will be to help build knowledge base necessary to support the recruitment, engagement and retention of All of Us Research Program participants, especially those individuals historically underrepresented in clinical research. The All of US Research Program, plans to enroll over one million participants from across the United States and its territories, and to keep them engaged in the research program for at least 10 years primarily through ongoing digital communications. The Behavioral Scientist will work with the STSI / TSRI (The Scripps Research Institute) Principal Investigator (PI), all STSI Faculty, Directors, Associate Directors and external partners to develop, propose, implement, and analyze pragmatic behavioral research programs.

Position Responsibilities
(*) Propose, implement, and analyze innovative behavioral research programs that aim to improve participant enrollment and engagement in a wide range of healthcare research programs, including the All of Us Research Program.
(*) Conduct data analyses with the appropriate statistical approach.
(*) Collaborate with a wide range of external partners to develop relationships and to optimize interactions with to prospective study participants.
(*) Design and execute detailed research plans and timelines to provide data-driven insights and recommendations for helping transform the clinical research process.
(*) Performs other duties and tasks as required or requested.

About The Scripps Research Institute

The Scripps Research Institute, one of the world's largest, private, non-profit research organizations, stands at the forefront of basic biomedical science, a vital segment of medical research that seeks to comprehend the most fundamental processes of life. Over the last decades, the institute has established a lengthy track record of major contributions to the betterment of health and the human condition.