The primary responsibilities of this individual’s research activities will include participant recruitment (developing ads and strategies to recruit and retain participants), evaluating participants for study eligibility (screening participants, using study-specific inclusion/exclusion criteria to evaluate eligibility), completing standardized assessments and participant interviews, obtaining informed consent, effectively communicating with the full study team (PIs, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, staff) to ensure protocol adherence and participant safety, and managing study staff/research assistants and day-to-day scheduling and laboratory operations across several active projects. Front-line data collection duties may also be required. Additional responsibilities will include study start-up activities (protocol design and implementation), reviewing data and assisting with data analysis, and handling/storing/organizing biological specimens and preparing and maintaining regulatory documents (e.g., IRB, FDA, NIH, DEA submissions).The individual in this position is expected to write and submit grant data proposals to seek intramural and/or extramural funding. Manuscript development and conference submissions are also expected. The individual is also expected to contribute to collaborating faculty grant proposals/submissions as needed. No regularly scheduled teaching activities will be assigned.
Please include a CV and cover letter along with application.