Project Manager University of California Los Angeles
Requisition Number: 31896 Salary: 4842-9591
Position Description: Under the direction of the Principal Investigator, act as the project director for all current clinical studies of the Principal investigator, which include patients recovering from acute coronary syndrome, cardiac surgery, and/or heart transplantation. Manage clinical aspects of data collection. Implement research protocols, including patient recruitment, patient education, and administration of survey questionnaires, following the policies of human subjects procedures, and approved data collection procedures. Prepare applications for Human Subjects Protection Committee review, revision, and renewal. Supervise research assistants to assure data quality and integrity. Organize and implement patient follow-up procedures within the guidelines of human subjects policies. Develop and oversee data management systems, including management of coding data, data entry and cataloging data for analysis. Analyze and interpret data using standard statistical procedures. Prepare quarterly, interim and final reports on subject recruitment for the PI and the funding agencies. Prepare materials for presentation using PowerPoint or other comparable software. Provide for timely and accurate administration of the project budget using established procedures and accounting systems. Review financial reports, compare actual to projected financial performance. Provide appropriate recommendations to the PI regarding the budget and overall financial status.
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