The research coordinator will work with the principle investigator and program manager on the operations of the Alzheimer’s Disease Genetics Consortium (ADGC) which includes investigators across the country. The research coordinator will manage communications with ADGC members, coordinate submission of analysis proposals from members, and track projects from the proposal phase to publication. The project manager will coordinate obtaining DNA and tissue samples for analysis, and obtaining genotyping from outside sources. This position will also coordinate calls, meetings and conferences related to the project.
Internal Number: 44271
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