Course Details:

Med 232: Global Health: Scaling Technology Innovations in Low-Resource Settings

Thursdays, 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM PT

Winter Quarter (January-March 2022)

In-Person Course

Position Description:

The Center for Innovation in Global Health seeks a teaching assistant for the winter quarter course, “Global Health: Scaling Technology Innovations in Low-Resource Settings.” The Teaching Assistant will work to support the course manager, Olivia Paige, with various tasks outlined below. In addition, the TA will work with the course instructors, Dr. Anurag Mairal and Dr. Michele Barry. Applicants must be current students at Stanford University (position open to graduate and undergraduate students).

The Teaching Assistant’s responsibilities include:

Opportunities and Benefits:

This position is an excellent professional opportunity, as the TA will work directly with the Senior Associate Dean for Global Health (Dr. Michele Barry) and Director of Global Outreach Programs at Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. There is the opportunity for the TA to conduct an in-depth evaluation of the course content and curriculum, should the TA have this skillset or a desire to develop skills in this area. If interested, the TA may work with Dr. Barry and Dr. Mairal on curriculum development for the following year’s course.

Skills and Abilities:

Position Supervisor: Olivia Paige, Program Manager, Center for Innovation in Global Health 

Hours: The TA will be hired at 25% time working a total of 10 hours per week. Official start date will be January 3, 2022. TA may be hired for 5 hours per week beginning in November 2021 for prep work.

Compensation: Hourly – will be commiserate with experience and will follow Student Wage Scales set by the University.

Application: To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to Olivia Paige, opaige@stanford.edu. Applicants must be current students at Stanford University.