The Research Analyst facilitates and coordinates relationships and logistics with Industry, government, and non-profit funding sources on sponsored studies, educational opportunities, and complex multi-site trials. They additionally support the PI by helping to cultivate, manage, and maintain active patient registry databases, and provide advanced data analysis.-Works with multiple PIs to develop and maintain clinical database / registry.-Serve as point of contact and liaison for all studies with sponsors, pharmaceutical companies, CROs, IRB, inter and intra institutional collaborators, clinical and non‐clinical staff. -Recommends, develops, and implements strategies to promote the clinical research program with potential funders and helps to manage high level industry partnerships-Develops high visibility materials for publication and promotion, including digital media and web based content.-Performs quantitative and qualitative data analysis-Organizes and attends site visits from sponsors, training courses, and other relevant meetings.-Comfortable and capable of working with international groups and individuals, particularly from East Asia.-Help organize and run high profile symposiums, industry events, and educational forums, including providing technology and promotional support.-Able to understand and develop complex technical equipment manuals and training materials.-Ensures compliance with federal regulations and institutional policies. -May help with grant submissions, prepare and maintain protocol submissions and revisions, maintain study budgets, agreements with sponsors.-Possesses strong written, analytical, and presentation skills -Other duties as assigned.
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