Kennedy Krieger Institute RESEARCH COORDINATOR II - NEUROPSYCHOLOGY in Baltimore, Maryland
the Research Coordinator II collaborates with study teams in reaching research goals. The Research Coordinator must be adaptable in order to carry out research protocols. The position requires a considerable degree of responsibility, flexibility, and independence to perform diverse duties, including coordination of study-related activities (e.g., scheduling, invoicing, data maintenance).
Coordinates day-to-day research study activities, including: a) implementing study protocol procedures, b) participant recruitment and scheduling, c) scheduling and coordination of study procedures (e.g., diagnostic screening, record review, neuroimaging studies, behavioral and neuropsychological assessments, etc.) with in-house staff and non-Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) service providers, d) obtaining test results, ensuring that they are reviewed by clinicians, and e) completing appropriate documentation.
Communicates directly with research collaborators, study sponsor, study vendors, and other patient service providers regarding study progress, the shipment and receipt of study materials, and/or data.
Responsible for preparation of Institutional Review Board (IRB) required materials (e.g., protocol application and related forms, changes in research, reports of adverse events, etc.), as well as preparation of compliance and regulatory documentation for local, state, and federal (e.g., NIH) agencies and any other pertinent entity (e.g., Foundations, Donors).
Attends study-related meetings, conferences, teleconferences, and participates in additional planning- and development-related activities as needed.
Responsible for research data management in accordance with protocols established by Investigators or sponsors, including: a) data entry, b) data transfer, c) data archiving, d) data maintenance, e) data analysis, and f) communication with research collaborators regarding data-related study progress and issues, as applicable.
Performs general administrative work related to assigned studies, including: processing subject reimbursements and incentives, inventory and ordering supplies, organizing billing of services, etc.
Assists with the preparation of trial/study-related materials, progress reports, and any other research execution/implementation pertinent documentation.
Works closely with the Developmental Neuropsychology Phenotyping Unit Program Director in developing and implementing standard operating procedures.
BA/BS degree required in a relevant discipline (e.g. neuropsychology, neuroscience, psychology, etc.).
A minimum of two years’ experience working in a human subject research environment required.
Previous internship or other professional experience with multi-site and/or investigator-initiated research protocols required, preferably with integrative and/or neurodevelopmental disabilities research.
Previous experience in neurodevelopmental disabilities clinic or facility preferred.
Vacancy ID 6662
Pos. Category Research
Job Location : Street 1750 E. Fairmount Avenue
# of Hours 40.00
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
Pos. Type Regular Full Time
Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer M/F/Disability/ProtectedVet
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