full-time position in Neurology; 40 hours per week; Monday - Friday
Coordinate clinical trials and other clinical research projects for the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center. This may involve, but is not limited to, identifying appropriate patients, screening medical records, consenting study participants, performing and analyzing OCT scans, performing data collection and entry, collecting blood samples, organizing regulatory paperwork, assisting with processing and analyzing MRI data and manuscript preparation. Work directly with the principal investigators and other study coordinators to develop, amend, and execute study protocols. Attend clinics, as needed, to provide screening for research participants. Monitor, schedule, and execute participants' study visits and monitor the study budget. Report to division's Research Manager, with an indirect reporting line to the faculty principal investigators of the clinical research projects.
Manage and maintain all participant binders, study binders, and documentation for the study. Assist principal investigators in preparing for audits, advertising for the studies, implementing new recruitment strategies, and preparing reports for the IRB, as well as, handling and documenting IRB correspondence. Must also be willing to conduct database design and management. May attend educational lectures and conferences.
Perform other duties as required.
Bachelor's degree in related discipline. Some related experience. Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Professional attitude, excellent organization and communication skills, mature outlook, and self-motivated. Able to independently complete tasks, be detail-oriented and able to multi-task.
Microsoft Word and Excel experience required, with some experience with Stata, ACCESS, and REDCap.
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