The responsibilities for the position include: organization of staff across projects; interfacing with administration to support laboratory supply purchases, vendor communications, and progress reporting for grants; participant interface including recruiting study participants, screening potential participants to determine eligibility, coordinating study visits, biospecimen collection, monitoring of participants in scanner, mental health screenings for participants, and administering study protocols, electronic health record data extraction, tracking and entering data into databases.
The ideal candidate will possess strong organizational skills, ability to work both independently and as part of a research team, supervise individuals, and strong clinical research experience.
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