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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Research Coordinator.
The Research Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Senior Project Manager, the Principal Investigator (PI), and the study team on medication-oriented and behavioral clinical research trials at Bellevue Hospital Center and 1 Park Ave. The Research Coordinator will manage day-to-day study operations and participant activities. S/he will be responsible for tracking study goals, managing participant recruitment, and coordinating all study activities in conjunction with the study team and the PI.
The incumbent will also be responsible for acquiring data and running procedures from Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Electroencephalography (EEG), and neurocognitive assessment data. S/he will also assist in the acquisition of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data. The candidate will be expected to work with a high level of independence.
The Research Coordinator will be responsible for providing weekly progress reports to the PI and research team, scheduling and consenting participants, managing reimbursement, tracking subjects, managing study data, handling subject preparation, monitoring laboratory-based psychophysiology experiments, managing data entry and clinical blood results, administering neurocognitive testing and self-report questionnaires, and collecting and maintaining data. S/he will accompany participants to their appointments related to this study; this includes appointments with the CTSI, the pharmacy, and the Center for Brain Imaging and the Neurology Department at NYU.
The incumbent will also manage the psychophysiology laboratory and assist with associated procedures. The incumbent will further assist the Sr. Project Manager in developing presentations, drafting IRB documents, and providing annual reports to the funder.
Study Initiation: Contribute to both study and site set-up initiation.
Participant Recruitment: Recruit and screen patients for eligibility; complete and administer required questionnaires, assessments, and paperwork; maintain patient confidentiality.
Research Visits: Conduct participant study visits including scheduling, coordinating with other study team members, completing and administering assessments and other study procedures at baseline and follow-up visits, and coordinating subject reimbursement; acquire data and run procedures from the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Electroencephalography (EEG), and neurocognitive assessment data; assist in the acquisition of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data and conduct task-based fMRIs.
Participant Tracking: Track participant flow through the study; update tracking logs in an accurate and timely manner; schedule participants for study visits; send retention letters as needed.
Data Collection: Review inputted data; resolve all data queries; obtain missing data; document all data accurately and according to protocol; transfer data and share with investigators regularly.
Reporting and Communication: Communicate with PI, Sr. Research Coordinator, and other study team members regarding achievement of recruitment and retention goals, procedure completion, and any safety concerns; assist with preparation of study reports and IRB submissions.
Site Relationship: Establish and maintain positive relationships with site staff and participants; demonstrate effective and professional communication.
Protocol Compliance: Ensure that study activities are carried out in accordance with the protocol, HIPAA, and GCP, including but not limited to participant recruitment & screening, participant research visits, follow-up visits, and required documentation; demonstrate thorough knowledge of study rationale, inclusion/exclusion criteria, and procedures associated with the study.
Participate in special projects and perform other duties as assigned; may be required to work non-standard, extended, or weekend hours in support of research work.
To qualify you must have a Bachelor degree or equivalent in business administration, health care administration or related field. Minimum of two years of progressively responsible project coordination experience, preferably in a research setting. Proficiency in using various Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, Access, Power Point and Outlook. Familiar with Internet applications. Effective oral, written, communication, interpersonal skills. Ability to interface effectively with all levels of management and must work and communicate effectively with both internal and external customers. Ability to work within a team environment as well as independently. Commitment to continuous learning as required by department administration. Ability to operate research related equipment Ability to work and make decisions independently. Time management skills and ability to multitask
Ability to identify, analyze and solve problems: Ability to work well under pressure.
Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) Certification is preferred (required in some disciplines). Knowledge of basic medical terminology is preferred. Experience working in an Academic Medical Center preferred Previous experience collecting psychophysiological data is preferred. Working with substance abuse or PTSD populations is preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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