The Research Program Coordinator is responsible for the management and coordination of research studies. Plan, coordinate, and participate in laboratory studies in collaboration with other research coordinators and departments. Coordinate data collection activities between multiple sites; develop or maintain database and spreadsheets. Keep track of inventory.
Assist with contract preparation, IRB submissions, study protocols, inventory and test performance.
Exchanges routine information in an appropriate manner requiring good oral and written communication. Regular interaction with study team, faculty members, and clinical fellows.
Data entry, maintenance, and reporting. Produce regular status/progress reports.
Bachelor's degree in biological sciences, chemistry, or related field.
A basic knowledge of molecular testing techniques and also microbiology culture work (plate reading and inoculation) is necessary. Knowledge of good lab practices is required.
A minimum of two years of research laboratory experience strongly preferred.
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