The Program Data Coordinator (PDC) is a highly organized and motivated research professional with strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills who coordinates data acquired as part of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA)/Philips program on artificial intelligence (AI) based medical imaging for the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM, http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/regenerative-medicine/). The PDC works under the direction of Dr. Cynthia Gregory, Research Associate Professor in the CRM, to organize and maintain multi-center, FDA compliant, databases required for the development of AI based ultrasound algorithms. Algorithm development requires the annotation of ultrasound images. The PDC will be part of the CRM annotation team, working closely with radiologists, clinical coordinators, and research assistants to conduct research on the use of ultrasound devices for diagnostics.
The position involves supporting the management of the BARDA/Philips program by working closely with CRM staff and Philips personnel to coordinate data transfer, organization, and annotation for all workstreams, ensuring that deliverables are being met on time and on budget. The coordination and tracking activities involve using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) required by BARDA and Philips.
1. Data coordination:
Assemble, coordinate, monitor, and manage all study data sharing, transfer, storage, and tracking processes between clinical sites, Philips, and OHSU annotators.
Ensures received data is compliant with protocols, is complete for each patient, meets quality requirements, meets BARDA contract and FDA requirements.
Ensures data does not contain protected health information (PHI).
Maintain the CRM adherence to data security protocols.
Identifies and communicates challenges, risks and corrective measures promptly.
Other data coordination/management related tasks as assigned.
Assists with the annotation of ultrasound images as assigned.
Supports research related activities with clinical research sites, Philips and OHSU.
Participates in study related meetings and facilitates excellent communication between research sites, OHSU and Philips.
4. Workstream flow coordination:
Facilitates completion of study related tasks on time per the Work Breakdown Schedule (WBS).
5. Sponsor reporting management:
Coordinates with the CRM Director, Director of Clinical Trials and Regulatory Affairs, and the annotation team to plan for, assemble and submit required BARDA and Philips presentations and reports.
Assist in preparation of summation reports in support of regulatory submissions to FDA.
6. Presentation and publication of study results:
Draft explanations of research findings and methods, and create data visualizations in collaboration with team members.
Supports preparation and editing of manuscripts, abstracts and slide presentations including written and graphic content.
Bachelors degree (4 yr) with major courses in field of research and 1 to 3 years of relevant work experience
Experience with research data collection and management
Experience with electronic data capture software (e.g., DataTrak, REDcap)
Familiarity with institutional Review Board (IRB) and/or Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) processes
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to take initiative and complete projects independently or lead a team
Excellent communication, both written and verbal with fluency in English
Strong computer skills and advanced MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) expertise
Ability to work effectively both independently and as a team with great accuracy and efficiency
Ability to operate and communicate effectively and professionally while meeting multiple deadlines and completing projects sim ultaneously
Ability to prioritize and balance multiple tasks with interruptions
Proven ability to link projects and identify project interdependencies
Masters degree; coursework in database management, qualitative research, biomedical and/or research experience
Experience coordinating data for a multi-component and/or multi-site research program
Clinical research experience
Expertise and experience in MS excel and MS project and/or SmartSheet.
Apply here online. Please be sure to include a cover letter and resume with your application.
Working conditions: Work schedule will vary depending on study requirements. Duties will be performed by telework and on-site in OHSU offices or outside study centers or locations. The specifics of the schedule will be determined with the supervisor in coordination with other team members schedules.
Physical demands & equipment usage: Occasional moderate physical effort. Requires handling of objects up to 40 pounds. Ability to move around the campus in a timely manner. Ability to use computer keyboard/monitor for prolonged periods (up to eight hours per day).
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