The Project Coordinator will work closely with the study principal investigators on epidemiological, intervention and implementation science studies focused on cancer and other chronic diseases. The Project Coordinator will coordinate study implementation activities that involves interacting with patients, providers, community representatives and health worker and other healthcare personnel, contribute to qualitative and quantitative data collection and database management, analysis, reporting of results/publishing manuscripts, supervise research assistant(s) as needed, and oversee logistical tasks (e.g. Human Subjects approval) necessary to accomplish the aims and needs of grant funded research. Additionally, there are opportunities to analyze data and contribute to manuscript writing.
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