Department Name: 7A005:RESEARCH & GRADUATE STUDIES
The person in this position will provide administrative staff leadership and project coordination for College of Dentistry/COHR Kentucky Oral health innovation initiative (KOHII) and serve as a liaison between college of dentistry research initiatives from the KOHII and community health partners around Kentucky. This position is responsible for research partner and network relations, training & development in research protocols, study protocol development & management, data collection & management, and financial management.
A research coordinator with excellent personal skills and track record in research coordination between different clinical sites is needed to assist the team in ongoing research initiatives and to serve as a liaison between UK researchers/clinicians and community health centers around Kentucky. This member will be housed within the UKCDCOHR.
MW Windows, Excel, Outlook, PowerPont, Access, Organizational skills, excellent interpersonal skills, team building, experience with IRB regulatory work, quality assurance, bility to juggle multi-tasking and time management skills, accounting, recordkeeping,
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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Required License/Registration/Certification :
Excellent personal skills and track record in research coordination between different clinical sites is needed to assist the team in ongoing research initiatives and to serve as a liaison between UK researchers/clinicians and community health centers around Kentucky.
Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) Certification,
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