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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Research Coordinator.
The Research Coordinator will be responsible for managing studies focusing on the phenomenology, biology, and treatment of anxiety, grief, and stress related disorders. He/she will also be responsible for program oversight-related administrative duties, including budget management, advertising, grant preparation, and maintenance of program billing, salaries, and hiring.
Collects and processes patient blood and saliva samples
Administers laboratory tests, including vital signs, electrocardiogram, urine toxicology, and phlebotomy
Manage patient charts and visit schedules
Acts as the primary research contact for patients enrolled in studies
Provides referrals for patients who do not qualify for current research studies
Observe and assist with treatment groups, as necessary for ongoing treatment studies
Conducts phone interviews to assess fit with study inclusion/exclusion criteria and match participants to studies for initial screening visit
Assists in dissemination efforts on finding of research studies, including preparation of posters, presentations, and manuscripts
Conducts literature reviews for grant submissions and ongoing research work at the center
Performs data entry, cleaning, and analysis
Designs and manages advertisement campaigns to recruit specific populations for research studies
Serves as the liaison between the Principal Investigator and Institutional Review Board. Responsibilities include preparing and modifying ethics committee proposals and communicating with the IRB regarding ongoing studies
Manages federally-sponsored and privately-funded research on the etiology and treatment of anxiety, traumatic stress disorders, and complicated grief, including oversight of research data, organization of regulatory binders, and management of study databases
Serves as the point person on day to day administrative tasks and concerns, under the supervision of the director
Tracks and drafts reports for submission to the NIH and other funding organizations, assuring compliance and professional communication with grant sponsors
Prepares federal and foundation grant applications, in collaboration with research investigators and the grants management office at NYU
Manages and coordinates with administrative offices on salaries, hiring, new hire training, and other administrative tasks
Assists the director with program oversight, including the tracking, forecasting, and managing of center-wide and grant-specific budgets
To qualify you must have a Bachelor's degree in life sciences, allied health or equivalent in a related discipline and 0-1 years experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Effective oral, written, communication, interpersonal skills. Must be able to work under the direction of supervision. Ability to operate research related equipment. Proficiency in using various Microsoft Office applications such as World, Excel, Access, Power Point and Outlook. Familiar with Internet applications. Ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. Time management skills and ability to work well under pressure.
Prior experience working in research laboratory or related clinical setting preferred
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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About NYU Langone Medical Center
NYU Langone Health is a world-class, patient-centered, integrated academic medical center, known for its excellence in clinical care, research, and education. Included in the 200+ locations throughout the New York area are five inpatient locations: Tisch Hospital, its flagship acute-care facility; Rusk Rehabilitation, ranked as one of the top 10 rehabilitation programs in the country; NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital, a dedicated inpatient orthopedic hospital with all musculoskeletal specialties ranked top 10 in the country; Hassenfeld Children's Hospital at NYU Langone, a comprehensive pediatric hospital supporting a full array of children's health services; and NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn, a full-service teaching hospital and level 1 trauma center located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Also part of NYU Langone Health is the Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute–designated cancer center, and NYU School of Medicine, which since 1841 has trained thousands of physicians and scientists who have helped to shape the course of medical history.