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As a research nurse at Baylor, you’ll help bring research from the lab to the bedside to help patients live better lives. And, you’ll enjoy the thrill of being part of a world-renowned research team.
Baylor has long been committed to promoting research on its campuses. Dallas-based Baylor Research Institute (BRI) identifies and pursues unique research opportunities. The BRI staff works with all of Baylor Health Care System to develop and promote medical research from the bench to the patient.
Baylor conducts research projects in many areas of medicine and is at the forefront of islet cell transplantation. In 2006, Shinichi Matsumoto, M.D., Ph.D., the world’s only islet cell transplant researcher to have performed an islet cell transplant from a living donor, joined the medical staff Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth as director of the Islet Cell Laboratory.
Our research nurses support BRI, which focuses on basic science, clinical trials and health care effectiveness and quality of care research.
When you work for Baylor, your growth opportunities are endless. BRI is conducting more than 700 active research protocols across more than 20 medical specialties.
Baylor nurses are often honored for their dedication and service to their patients and their profession. Learn more about some recent Baylor nursing achievements.
We offer a competitive compensation package that includes immediate eligibility for health and welfare benefits and a 401(k) savings plan with dollar-for-dollar match up to 5 percent. Learn more about the benefits you’ll enjoy with a nursing career at Baylor.
At Baylor, you’ll enjoy some of the most comprehensive career development opportunities in the health care industry, including:
Baylor has been offering flexible schedules for more than 20 years. We invented the Baylor Plan, which provides full-time benefits for working 24 hours during the weekend – at a pay rate comparable to working 36 hours during the week. Full-time nurses can also work three 12-hour, four 10-hour or five 8-hour shifts.
PRNs can also work the schedule that best suits their needs. If you work at least eight hours per month, you can participate in continuing education classes and contribute to our generous 401(k) plan.
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