Do you want to be a Web Developer who is deeply passionate about the web and loves to learn
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how the web works, including security and best development practices? You define creativity
combined with strong coding skills, understanding of technological trends and know that our
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Russian Flagship Program | University of Wisconsin-Madison
1322 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive | Madison, WI 53706 email@example.com | www.russianflagship.wisc.edu
Website/Interactive Media Student Assistant
POSITION DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist with designing and developing a revised website for the UW-Madison Russian Flagship Program by:
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Current design of medical technology does not help primary care physicians, nurses and advanced practice providers think
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goal of this project is to develop new technology interfaces (data displays and inputs) to support the work of primary care
teams. Working with principal investigator Dr. Tosha Wetterneck and a research team in the School of Medicine and Public