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The Research Coordinator manages research project activities ensuring the quality and integrity of data collection. May also assist Principal Investigator with the development of the study. Manages support staff, reviewing work product to ensure study protocol is followed as written and approved by the institution’s IRB.
Work with Principal Investigator to refine and finalize research protocols, draft study questionnaires and data collection tools;
Oversee budget, including independent management of personnel and sub-contracts;
Assist Investigators in writing, preparing and submitting grant applications;
Train, coordinate and oversee project personnel;
Develop and manage IRB approval process;
Coordinate data safety monitoring and produce quarterly reports;
Oversee adherence to research protocols in obtaining informed consent, blood drawing and testing, data collection and management and participant confidentiality;
Provide regular data reports to investigator;
Generate annual financial reports;
Work closely with investigator to insure that project adheres to the protocol and that clean data is available for data analysis;
Independently oversee all aspects of project implementation, including budgetary, personnel, and data management.
Design and test field questionnaires for clinical research.
Organize and manage datasets for research projects.
Perform quality control of data collection and interpretation.
Analyze data, interpret results, and participate in writing manuscripts.
Plan new epidemiological studies by consulting on design, sample size, and other issues.
Assist with sponsored clinical research monthly reports.
Co-author research papers and abstracts at scientific meetings.
Completing questionnaires and analyses in a timely fashion.