Project Director, STAR Cohort Project, Biomedical Research Graduate Organization Georgetown University Medical Center
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Project Director, STAR Cohort Project, Biomedical Research Graduate Organization - Georgetown University Medical Center
The Project Director, manages research clinical staff, as well as the day-to day operations of the STAR cohort project. Reporting to Dr. Seble Kassaye, the PD has duties that include but are not limited to:
Assures protocol adherence and oversee administrative and clinical coordination at the research study site.
Operationalizes the core protocol and sub-studies.
Hires and manages personnel related to site operations, including students, in collaboration with the study PI.
Ensures appropriate communication between the STAR Cohort, other consortia institutions, and the data management site.
Coordinates all scientific and clinical operations tasks.
Develops the standard operating procedures and maintains a manual of operations.
Assures protocol adherence and oversee regulatory aspects related to the program.
Provides comprehensive evaluations of women diagnosed within the study.
Provides assistance with patient diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up within the study.
Participates in the dissemination and development of publications.
Serves as a liaison to external collaborators involved in the program.
Master's degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Statistics, or Informatics - Ph.D. preferred
5 to 7 years of experience in research, preferably in epidemiology and/or biostatistics
Experience in the use of clinical, microbial, and sequence data for research and public health - preference for public health surveillance experience
Working experience with SAS, SPSS, or STATA or R; database management, phylogenetic software, and/or computer coding in Java or Python
Preference for working experience with PubMed, and/or citation management such as EndNote or RefWorks
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