The project coordinator will support the logistical operations of two large epidemiologic studies, including but not limited to matters involving IRB protocols, data use agreements, planning web-based and in-person meetings of the investigative teams, maintain a log of meeting minutes, other process and data tracking and management, expense tracking and processing, contribute to the preparation of reports to the NIH, and manuscript review. Additionally, the coordinator will act as liaison to data and specimen managers at collaborating sites, develop and maintain a system for tracking data and olfactory bulb and other specimens, work with Boston University Medical Campus Information Technology office to establish a data storage and analysis platform that offers an appropriate level of security. The coordinator will also develop and maintain a system for tracking progress toward the study aims, which will include a manuscript tracker; and they will have the opportunity, commensurate with training and interest, to contribute to data analysis and manuscript-writing.
Additional and specific duties:
*Assist with managing IRB protocol at Boston University and ensuring IRB approvals at other sites;
*Coordinate and track data use agreements;
*Process receipts from in-person meetings that are covered by the Boston University component of the grant budget; *Act as liaison to data and specimen managers at collaborating sites;
*Work with Boston University Medical Campuss Information Technology office to establish a data storage and analysis platform that offers an appropriate level of security;
*Contribute to the preparation of progress reports to the NIH.
Bachelor's degree required, masters preferred and 0-12 months experience required.
Persons currently enrolled in their 3rd or 4th year of an undergraduate program will be considered if they have requisite skills and experience.
Human subjects research training (provided by BU) and familiarity with IRB processes
Clear written communication
Ability to organize small events Resourceful use of web-based meeting platforms
Ability to organize and track processes (e.g., flow of data, IRB protocol reviews, manuscript assignments)
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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