Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Dr. Christina Coyle is an expert in travel medicine and the PI on a grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control entitled, Reducing the burden of neglected parasitic infections (NPIs) in the United States through evidence-based prevention and control activities. The Study Coordinator will work with Dr. Coyle to develop initiatives to educate patients and providers about NPIs and oversee data collection of the Study Coordinators from Dr. Coyles screening projects at Elmhurst and Queens Hospitals. He/she will assist Dr. Coyle with the coordination of grant management.
Assist PI with preparation of grant proposals (new and competing renewals).
Arrange meetings of study partners and the CDC; develop meeting agendas and facilitate meetings.
Support the Administrative Assistant I in developing educational events, overseeing long-term contractual initiatives and coordinating with vendors and consultants.
Represent grant initiatives at internal and external academic meetings and community events. Act as a liaison to project partners and the CDC to discuss new and ongoing activities.
Manage staff performance and evaluate the quality of work providing timely and corrective feedback as needed.
Recruit, acclimate, and supervise undergraduate and graduate student research interns.
Work with Departmental Administrator to develop and monitor project budgets.
Other duties as assigned
Internal Number: 2021-13554
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