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Clinical Research Coordinator, Department of Pulmonary
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Clinical Research Coordinator - 2310298
The Mount Sinai – National Jewish Health Respiratory Institute Biorepository is an important research resource within the Institute. Our goal is to build a repository of biological samples (lung tissue, blood, and urine) from patients undergoing native lung biopsies to be utilized in the many basic science and clinical research projects that are ongoing within the Institute.
The position of Research Coordinator will involve consenting outpatient and inpatient lung patients for study participation, collection of urine, blood, and biopsy tissue samples from patients, and processing of urine and blood samples for storage in dedicated Biorepository freezers. Additionally, the coordinator will use the electronic systems Freezerworks and Redcap for the organization and storage of biosamples and clinical information, respectively. There will also be an opportunity to participate in ongoing research studies.
- Education: Bachelor’s or Master's degree in science or related field
- Experience:1-2 years of research experience preferred
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