The Division of Nutritional Sciences is seeking a full-time Clinical Research Project Manager and Ultrasonographer to provide support for the Lujan Laboratory (https://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/research/profiles/groups/Lujan).
In this position you will have the unique opportunity to use your skills as an ultrasonogrpaher to contribute to research that investigates the link between nutrition, metabolism and Women's Health. You will work closely with the Principal Investigator (PI) and her research team to coordinate clinical studies that use a variety of medical imaging modalities (ultrasound, DXA and MRI) to the address questions pertaining to female fertility.
This is a one-year appointment with a possibility of renewal.
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Perform ultrasound scans.
Draw blood and conduct glucose tolerance tests for human research participants.
Read and assess test results.
Managing daily operations of the ultrasound imaging and phlebotomy suite.
Recruit study participants, maintain inventory and supplies, and schedule participants and other research support staff.
Contribute to protocol development, grant proposals and other administrative documents.
Provide training, support, and supervision for students and other researchers.
Bachelor's degree in biology, physiology, nutrition, or a related field, plus 2 or more years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of experience and education.
Active status with the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) or ARDMS eligibility status.
One-year phlebotomy experience or willingness and ability to be trained in and perform phlebotomy.
Willingness and ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and evenings.
Ability to accurately interpret and assess scan and other procedural results.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple studies simultaneously.
Previous experience in a research setting is helpful.
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