Developing and disseminating study-specific advertisements, ensuring monthly recruiting and pacing goals are met.
Screening and scheduling study participants and supervising staff on screening.
Conducting telephone and in-person interviews with study applicants for eligibility determination and follow-up assessments.
Oversight of conducting experimental laboratory study sessions, including but not limited to: administering alcoholic beverages, obtaining subjective and objective clinical measures, and coordinating performance tasks for subjects.
Provide quality assurance of all measures and equipment maintenance and calibration.
Coordinating study-related data management and organization according to lab-preferred guidelines.
Conducting thorough literature reviews to inform project and protocol development.
Overseeing preparation, storage, and inventory of lab biological samples, preparing shipments for both internal and external analyses.
Managing laboratory supply inventory and ordering.
Creating subject mailings to increase follow-up retention (create quarterly study newsletters, and provide oversight of production and shipment of birthday and holiday cards, and other study notifications and raffles), and updating returned addresses and database information to track participants long-term.
Summarizing and presenting on key study-related metrics (i.e. enrollment pacing, adverse events, etc.) at lab meetings.
Managing both large (subject room redesigns, specialty equipment ordering) and small (ordering lunch during meetings, placing needed work orders, maintaining project-related financial records) miscellaneous projects.
This job provides technical and administrative support in a laboratory environment performing basic laboratory techniques, research and analysis under direction.
Provides routine or standardized laboratory duties by collecting data in support of research projects under direct supervision.
Complies with institution, state and federal regulatory policies, procedures, directives, and mandates.
Performs other related work as needed.
Knowledge and skills developed through 2 or more years of work experience in a related job discipline.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent attention to detail.
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