Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Recruits subjects to participate in the study by using approved methodologies, such as, reaching to healthcare providers for referrals, visiting clinics, sending mail outs, using approved advertisements, etc.
Perform neuropsychological testing.
Conducts the enrollment of study participants, including explaining research procedures, and obtaining informed consent of subjects and/or their families.
Schedules appointments of study participants; conducts reminder phone calls and/or sends mailouts.
Visits subjects at their place of residence or at mutually agreed upon place.
Conducts routine and specialized tests with higher level of problem resolution, analytical ability and self-direction.
Reviews the data collection forms for each enrollee for completion and quality; ensures timely and accurate entry.
Follows established procedures, making judgmental decisions regarding reliability and accuracy of results, repeating procedures when needed. Requires initiative and independence.
Enters data in the study database with precision and accuracy.
Begins to synthesize and interpret results. May prepare written and verbal status reports. Uses statistical and graphic summaries.
Other research-related tasks assigned.
Internal Number: 2019-12335
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