Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Requisition Number: Staff_10201
Business Unit: Munroe-Meyer Institute
Department: MMI Administration 50000687
Reg-Temp: Full-Time Regular
The Clinical Study Coordinator is responsible for the organization, implementation and administration of clinical/translational research for neuroimaging studies of anxiety in the Blackford Laboratory. Provides coordination of research activities including the planning, organizing and execution of daily research activities for one or more federally-funded studies (e.g. coordinator will help organize and supervise the research team working on research project, lead and assist in participant recruitment, coordination of study visits, implementation of all study procedures, management of study data, management of research supplies and materials, and monitoring of study protocols and IRB documents).
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