The Staff associate is a bilingual individual who will work as a research physician. this person will specificallyfunction in the field work planned in all years of the investigation and will work with the Project manager, tocomplete the blood drawing and structured medical examinations required for this project. When necessary, willtravel to the site for completion of the blood examination, and will insure the transfer of blood to the HumanGenetics Resources Core Laboratory at Columbia University. He/she will also be trained to completeneuropsychological and family history interviews. Medical evaluation and blood draw: 60% Blood processing (labeling, shipping): 5% Participant follow up: 10% Travel for participant evaluation: 20% Case conference reviews: 5%
Internal Number: 5987
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