Under direction, assists with the coordination, implementation and management of all aspects of health services research studies.
- Assists in the development of health services research designs. Assists in database design programming and database management.
- Coordinates the recruitment and enrollment of study participants. Ensures proper consent protocols have been followed for study participation.
- Provides sponsors with progress reports. Produces summary data for each study and assists in the write up of completed projects.
- Coordinates, participates in, and ensures readiness for site visits. Conducts follow-up as necessary.
- Assists with grant budgets and approvals. Assists faculty in the preparation of grant submissions and associated documentation, which may include just-in-time documents, progress reports, routing forms, abstracts and manuscripts.
- Creates IRB and/or IACUC protocols, submits for review/approval and maintains correspondence with sponsoring agency, IRB and collaborative institutions.
- Analyzes research data using basic and advanced statistical methodologies; interprets results for investigators and prepares reports.
- Coordinates and assists with health services research trainings including lectures and lab exercises.
- Conducts literature reviews and gains expert familiarity with protocols that will be used as templates. Helps develop research presentations and posters for conferences or seminars.
- Assists with conducting simulation modeling analyses.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
High School Diploma
Bachelor's degree is preferred.
Approximately 2-3 years of experience in an administrative support role, ideally in a clinical, academic or research setting.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Ability to take initiative and simultaneously manage multiple projects with minimal supervision.
- Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written).
- Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office Suite and database applications.
To apply, please submit an application at our career opportunities website.
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