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Clinical Research Coordinator, Department of Psychiatry
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
The Trauma and Resilience Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is seeking a highly motivated Clinical Research Coordinator to work in the laboratory of Dr. Adriana Feder, MD. The Trauma and Resilience Program conducts clinical and translational research in resilience and stress-related disorders in trauma-exposed populations. The research coordinator will work full time for the duration of the proposed project, “Neuroimaging of Resilience in World Trade Center Responders: A Focus on Emotional Processing, Reward and Social Cognition”, and will work under the direct supervision of the MSSM PI, Dr. Feder.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- The coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of this project. Specific tasks will include:
- Engaging in outreach efforts to contact participants by postal mail, email, and telephone
- Conducting phone screens over the phone of potential participants to determine their eligibility for the study
- Maintaining all related study databases
- Instructing participants on the study processes and answering any questions regarding study procedures and details
- Instructing participants on and overseeing all MRI procedures
- Organizing sample collection and storage including blood and stool samples
- Monitoring progress of participant’s biological sample processing
- Managing participant compensation
- Compiling IRB- and GCO-related submissions and ensuring all necessary approvals are current
- Assisting in the preparation of conference presentations and manuscripts
- Managing study fund and maintaining up-to-date budget
- Hiring, training and supervising clinical research interns
- Related administrative tasks
- In addition, psychology students who volunteer to participate in research internships at the Trauma and Resilience Program at Mt. Sinai will assist the study coordinator in completing study tasks under the supervision of the coordinator and Dr. Feder
- Performs other related duties
- B.A. in Psychology or a related field
- At least 1 year of clinical research experience preferred
- Experience with neuroimaging research (MRI) strongly preferred
- Computer and General Skills:
- Strong computer skills necessary
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, and organizational skills
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