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The Pediatric Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (P-MAP) under the direction of Vilma Gabbay, M.D., M.S., is a unique program in the greater New York metropolitan area dedicated exclusively to the study and treatment of adolescent depression and related problems.
We are currently seeking a Bachelor’s or Master’s level candidate for the position of Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC). The CRC will support the day-to-day activities of the research studies. Additionally, the CRC will be responsible for scheduling, management, subject recruitment, and administrative coordination of several studies investigating adolescent psychopathology using neuroimaging, blood analysis, and clinical trial methodologies.
This position takes direction from the Principal Investigator, Dr. Vilma Gabbay, and post-doctoral fellows to assist in facilitation of laboratory activities and implementation of research protocols.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assist PI with grant writing and management
- Assist PI with editing research articles and preparing poster presentations
- Recruit participants
- Perform literature searches
- Create and manage databases and prepare data for analysis
- Create and organize study binders
- Schedule visits and maintain study schedules for each patient
- Administer assessments and collect vital signs from study patients
- Collect data including parent, teacher and clinician forms
- Escort patients for blood draws and MRI scans
- Order study supplies
- Submit annual protocol summary forms and consent forms to the Institutional Review Board (IRB)
- Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience, Psychology, or a related field
- A strong background in biology or neuroscience; and prior research and/or clinical experience
- This is a two-year commitment starting in August of 2018
- Prior experience in performing neuroimaging and neuropsychological studies. 1 year of laboratory or clinical experience
- Computer and General Skills:
- Microsoft Office – Advanced
- Research theory training/experience (through previous research lab experience)
- Excellent written and oral communication
- Organized, resourceful, and detailed-oriented
- Strong multi-tasking, project and time management, problem-solving and organizational skills
- Familiarity with the NIH (or other sponsor) grant submission process to assist PI in submission of grants
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