The Department of Pediatrics is seeking Research Coordinator to join our team in a full time position. Columbia University Medical Center's Department of Pediatrics is a world leader in providing care for children. Our mission areas include Healthcare, Education and Research. We offer care for our patients in over 25 specialty areas as well as individualized care for complex cases. Our Residency, Fellowship and Graduate programs are among the best in the Nation. Our Clinical, Translational and Basic Science research features collaborations across specialties and stretches from the bench to bedside. We also have several active Clinical trials available to our patients. This position will support the department by providing research support on projects related to adolescent reproductive health and faculty development and supporting general pediatric research as needed.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Provide research support to the adolescent health and reproductive health research program of Dr. Susan Rosenthal and her mentees, faculty development, and other topics related to general pediatrics.
Analyze and interpret both quantitative and qualitative data under supervision which includes basic statistics, qualitative analysis, and preparation of powerpoint and poster presentations.
Assist in grant preparation and in the design, and conduct of clinical studies.
Recruit and interview adolescents and young adults as part of the clinical studies.
Contribute to various other projects as needed.
Any other related duties as assigned.
Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus three years of related experience
Masters degree preferred.
Excellent organizational, communication and analytical skills are required.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 500465
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