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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as an Associate Research Coordinator.
The Associate Research Coordinator(ARC) will work closely with the Principal Investigator on projects relating to the impact that environmental factors have on children's health, especially a study aiming to collect process and store biological and medical history data for environmental influences on child health outcomes (ECHO): NYU Pediatric Obesity, Metabolism and Kidney Cohort Center. The investigator has a long-standing history and interest in analyses to translate scientific knowledge in economic terms, and that communicate relevant findings clearly to policy makers. The ARC will support a growing program of work providing assistance mainly with day to day research activities and data collection.
Assist in coordination of weekly staff schedules and supervise study research staff.
Aware of study regulatory status and keeps an up to date copy of regulatory documents. Assists with the informed consent process and ensure that the patient/subject fully understands what is required of them throughout the study. Follows through regularly with the patient/subjects and reminds them of visits and compliance.
Screens potential patients/subjects for eligibility to the study and schedules the initial visits. This may include researching and gathering information from the medical record, physician referral, advertisement and directly scheduling a visit to evaluate the patient/subject. Reviews all the elements of the screening process with the Principal Investigator that include but not limited to: inclusion/exclusion criteria, completed informed consent, documentation of the event and the patient/subject willingness to participate in the study.
Responsible for implementation of biobanking protocols.
If applicable, updates and submits necessary documents to obtain approval to conduct human subjects research. Secures accurate signatures and forwards documents and/or forms to appropriate destination. Might prepare and submit monthly enrollment statistics to the Office of Clinical Trials and provide other information in timely manner, as necessary.
Gathers and compiles data and assists in consolidating/analyzing data for presentation to sponsoring and regulatory agencies. Provides reports to all necessary parties (e.g., the principal investigator, sponsoring agency, etc.) on the progress of the study as needed. Conduct primary analysis to data collected. Formulates, prepares database and generates preliminary measurement reports for review by the Principal Investigator
Collects patient information for the research project(s). This may include abstraction of data from the patient chart (e.g., laboratory or diagnostic test results, surgical/radiation treatments delivered, adverse drug reactions, etc); abstraction of data for publications, or data collection from outside physicians offices. Uses tools to facilitate data collection (e.g. calendars, schedules, tracking logs, etc). Audits and updates the database or the case report forms, obtains and documents information within the time frame specified., Collects, compiles and conducts preliminary analyses of data, and other materials for reports.
To qualify you must have: 1. Bachelors degree or equivalent in a related discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 2. Effective oral, written, communication, interpersonal skills. 3. Must be able to work and make decisions independently. 4. Ability to operate research related equipment. 5. Proficiency in using various Microsoft Office applications such as World, Excel, Access, Power Point and Outlook. Familiar with Internet applications. 6. Ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. 7. Ability to multi task and project manage. 8. Time management skills and ability to work well under pressure.
1. Masters of Public Health or equivalent degree. 2. Knowledge of basic medical terminology is preferred 3. Prior experience working with Research Protocols, recruitment and follow-up of research participants, and data collection 4. Knowledge/experience with statistical analysis and statistical softwares (SPSS, STATA) preferred 5. Familiarity with reference management software such as EndNote 6. Phlebotomy skills.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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