Will be responsible for database management and analyses of datasets pertaining to research studies in exstrophy children. Clinical analytics studies will typically be implemented in software written in SPSS, although other specialized software may be used.
Assist with applications for and administration of extramural grants and IRB protocols. Support clinical systematic reviews Prepare reports and interpret results for scientific collaborators; give presentations for scientific meetings.
Collaborate with statisticians, epidemiologists, clinicians on scientific papers, seminars, and grant submissions. Specimen management oversight Exchanges routine information in an appropriate manner requiring good oral and written communication. Interaction with the domestic and international laboratories.
May be involved in preparation of abstracts, meeting presentations and manuscripts. May be required to attend meetings/conferences and to travel to clinical trial sites. Gain problem solving skills through progressive training, understanding of the research, and experience. Run lab tests and complete measurements assigned efficiently and effectively. The candidate should also be able to communicate in English with scientific terms clearly and efficiently.
Bachelor's degree in related discipline with some related experience required
Required Experience and other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Experience with Microsoft Access and RedCap Database mandatory.
Familiar with common software or tools associated with common laboratory work, such as spreadsheets, related databases, electronic mail, World Wide Web, basic statistical packages, and graphics packages to assemble, manipulate and/or format data and/or test reports
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