Clinical Research Coordinator
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The Clinical Research Coordinator will be responsible for assisting with the organization and execution of an NIMH and foundation-funded research program focused on evaluating the effectiveness and mechanisms of change of interventions for mental disorders. Duties include preparing study materials, managing diagnostic interviewers at community sites, assisting with subject recruitment, enrolling and consenting subjects for multiple studies, working as a liaison to the community mental health system, documenting and reporting adverse events, coordinating study-related IRB paperwork, providing statistical summaries and reports of progress for studies, assisting with coordination of databases, assisting with submission of grant proposals, assisting with data analysis and manuscript preparation. Opportunity for presentation and publication are available.
A Bachelor’s Degree and 1 year to 2 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
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