Provide support for the Center of Biomedical Image Computing and Analytics (CBICA) faculty and research personnel. The duties involved vary, ranging from moderately complex to complex, and specifically from data collection to project management activities and trainee supervision. Data collection will include tasks such as downloading, anonymizing, organizing, and storing datasets with images of multiple modalities and associated clinical data from the Department of Radiology Clinical and Research PACS and the EPIC electronic health record systems, linking related datasets of various formats (i.e., DICOM imaging data, MS Excel, MS Access, REDCap files, etc.), and preparing the collected data for analysis, project reporting, and publication (MS Office and PowerPoint). Project management will include coordinating research-related activities for on-going research projects, such as setting up collaborative research meetings, following timelines, ensuring that project deliverables are met, meeting project deadlines, and communicating such tasks across CBICA faculty, staff, and trainees as well as external research collaborators. Also, the Research Coordinator Sr. will contribute to research publications and will support the preparation of grant proposals in coordination with faculty.
Research experience is required, preferably in cancer imaging research. Practical problem-solving abilities and ability to work across multiple projects are needed. Management and supervisory experience are preferred. The applicant should have demonstrated the ability to work as part of a team as well as independently, including the ability to prioritize, manage time effectively and exercise mature judgment. Knowledge of IRB and human research protection regulations essential. A high level of independence, rigorous attention to detail, and strong communication skills are expected.
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