University of Rochester Human Subject Res Coordinator - 236384 in Rochester, New York
Human Subject Res Coordinator Job ID 236384Location School of Medicine & Dentistry Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
Full Time 40 hours Grade 051 Psychiatry M&D ResearchSchedule
8:30 AM-5 PMResponsibilities
The Thompson lab in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester is searching for a full-time Research Coordinator to work on behavioral and electroencephalography (EEG) studies of perceptual and related symptoms (e.g., auditory hallucinations) of psychotic disorders. Duties of the position include: (a) recruiting, screening, and scheduling appointments with research participants; (b) conducting diagnostic and symptom interviews; (c) administering perceptual and cognitive measures; (d) facilitating and assisting with audiological and EEG sessions; (e) preparing materials for IRB review; (f) maintaining and updating study databases; (g) data analysis; (h) performing literature searches; (i) preparing written scientific results for publication and conference presentations; (j) coordinating and supervising tasks across different members of the research team; and (k) assisting with administrative/clerical duties, as needed.
Works with the PI to develop, implement and evaluate recruitment strategies;
Carries out face-to-face recruitment strategies (e.g., presentations, recruitment events, informational sessions) at the UR and other local clinics and settings serving individuals with serious psychiatric conditions.
Participant screening, assessment, and retention
Conducts diagnostic, symptom, perceptual, and cognitive assessments with study participants;
Takes appropriate steps to ensure the safety of participants;
Provides outreach to study participants to maximize their retention in the project.
Ensures the integrity and security of all paper and electronic data;
Assists with, and oversees, the cleaning and entering of data into databases.
Develops and updates study protocols and lab manuals;
Initiates IRB project approval process for new protocols and project amendments;
Assists with training, supervising, and mentoring students and/or interns, and junior members of the team.
Reporting and dissemination
Assists the PI in the development, writing, and editing of presentations and publications of study findings;
Prepares data reports to sponsoring agencies/institutions, as required.
Bachelor’s degree in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience or a related field required
1 year of experience in human subject research coordination, or an equivalent combination of education and experience required
The ideal candidate will have strong organizational and interpersonal skills; experience in administering clinical instruments such as the SCID and BPRS or PANSS; and experience in clinical research or services focused on serious psychiatric conditions preferred.
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