Massachusetts General Hospital Research Coordinator Opening

The Sise Lab in Internal Medicine at MGH is looking for entry level candidates to fill a position as a research coordinator. The lab is known to be fast paced and wonderful for mentorship in medicine. Coordinators routinely have the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to manuscripts submitted for peer review and meet regularly with principal investigators across numerous projects.  Preferred level of commitment is 2 years.

Requirements:

– Ability to interact well with patients from diverse backgrounds

– Eagerness to learn and communicate scientific concepts

– Ability to be on site at MGH main campus for patient studies (for in person role)

 

Researcher Role Description:

  • Will run study visits for clinical trials including scheduling and conducting patient visits, ensuring compliance with study medications, phlebotomy and sample processing.  Areas of research include 1) Kidney transplantation studies and 2) Autoimmune kidney disease in patients receiving cancer immunotherapies
  • Data entry, chart review, statistical analysis, contributing to manuscripts
  • Regulatory work: prepare and maintain IRB protocols

If interested please email Don Chute (dchute@mgh.harvard.edu) with a resume attached for more information.

 

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