Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
List of Responsibilities
Assist the Principal Investigators (PIs) and PD to update study protocols and protocol amendments as needed, including the development of new measures.
Manage IRB-related activities.
Create regular reports for the IRB, sponsors, and other agencies as needed.
Coordinate meetings with study partners, and represent the study at community engagement and networking meetings.
Assist PIs and PD to develop recruitment strategies and manage tracking database.
Oversee that research visits are carried out consistently with protocols.
Coordinate data collection and data management.
Help manage and analyze data; perform regular audits to ensure that collected data are complete and accurate, and research protocols are being followed.
Participate in disseminating study findings.
Assist with preparation and writing of grant proposals.
Troubleshoot study-related problems.
Facilitate study-related financial transactions.
Assist the Division Administrative staff to ensure execution of program budgets, subcontracts, consultant contracts, and grant proposal submissions.
Travel to multiple clinical and research sites in New York City to conduct and oversee study-related activities and facilitate participant recruitment and follow-up.
Once or twice weekly evening hours may be required for meetings for a portion of the study (for about 12 weeks).
Other duties as assigned
Internal Number: 2018-10932
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