A project manager would ensure success of on-going clinical trial operations and allow the collection of new pilot data for another large NIH grant proposals. Without this position my clinical trials and data collection would be significantly impeded. Delays would occur if this request is not approved. A full-time project Manager would help with completing phone screenings, coordinating and running subject visits, collecting data, logging data entry, ordering medications and placebo and working with the investigational drug pharmacy, and doing blood draws and vitals.
Schedule and conduct research sessions, administer capsules, measure blood pressure, heart rate, obtain saliva samples for cortisol assays, obtain and test urine for pregnancy and drug use, administer computerized questionnaires, oversee safety and well being of subjects, respond appropriately in case of medical or psychiatric emergencies, obtain electrocardiograms.
Enter, manage and analyze computerized data on subjective drug effects, behavioral tasks, blood pressure, heart rate cortisol levels, coordinate functions with Clinical Research Center, prepare protocols for Institutional Review Board and Clinical Research Center, conduct preliminary data analysis.
Manage electronic records of research volunteers.
Schedule and coordinate orientation sessions to explain procedures, practice tests; coordinate activities of other laboratory members, maintain office and laboratory supplies and records of expenses.
Resolve problems with computers.
Perform other work duties as assigned
Education, Experience and Certifications:
Bachelor's degree required
Masters degree preferred
Post secondary work experience in a field related to the research being conducted
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
Cover letter and resume
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