Coordinate all clinical research activities for the Centenarian Registry Research Study, including oversight of recruitment, data management, and supporting study participants through the enrollments and participation phases of the study.
Establish and maintain regulatory (IRB, HIPAA) approvals and submit necessary reports (progress reports, adverse events, etc.)
Represent the Program at administrative meetings.
Oversee data management and generation of periodic reports, including recruitment and retention statistics and other clinical study data using EXCEL, SPSS, STATA or other relevant software programs. Present reports at Project Leader meetings. Coordinate data management activities with data management consultants and ensure efficient and accurate transmission of study data.
Assist with preparation of study related documents, including grant applications, budgets and manuscripts.
Monitor daily expenditures for the study.
Works on complex and abstract problems where analysis of situations or data requires an evaluation of intangible factors.
Exercises independent judgment in developing methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining solutions.
Collaborates frequently with other research staff to devise solutions to problems that arise
Provides feedback to study PIs and collaborators in a timely manner on issues that pertain to the success of the study
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