The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the Project Manager overseeing the implementation and conduct of a series of research projects focused on Tobacco Regulatory Science and Tobacco Control in the Biobehavioral Smoking Laboratory. In this capacity, the Project Manager will be responsible for: Drafting study protocols, informed consent forms, events tables, recruitment plans ; Oversee regulatory submissions, continuing reviews and annual reports (IRB, NIH, FDA) ; Develop/implement data safety monitoring plans ; Developing budget justifications, and other grant supporting material ; Recruit, train, supervise staff: allocate time across projects ; Assist in programming, administration and analyses for smoking topography laboratory tasks and eye tracking studies ; Assist in coordinating and administrative activities during start up of new U54 center grant. ; Contribute to strategic planning for future studies.
Internal Number: 41067
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