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The Research Aide will ensure study subjects are scheduled in a timely manner, according to research protocols, and will enter data on subjects to help track retention and attrition. This position will ensure that all parent packets are current with Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals and are sent to families in a timely manner. This staff member will ensure that assessment materials are purchased and processed in a timely manner and assist with conference and special event preparations and other research tasks.
The Research Assistant I assists and collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI) and research collaborators in reaching research goals in the Center for Neurodevelopmental and Imaging Research (CNIR). This position will assist with processing and analyzing neuroimaging (including structural, DTI, and fMRI data) and behavioral data (including the development of processing pipelines), code videos of motor performance tasks, and work directly with participants in the collection of MRI, TMS, and EEG data. Additionally, the Research Assistant I will have the opportunity to present at scientific conferences as well as contribute to and lead author manuscripts.
The Research Assistant Iwill support research projects and complete the consenting process and eligibility screenings. This position will assist testers with clinical assessments for children and families participating in research. This staff member will work with people and databases. Specific responsibilities include coding, scoring, data entry into databases, and maintaining reliability for coding schema. The incumbent will participate in recruitment, fundraising, and other research-related activities.
The Research Assistant I assists and collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI) and other research staff in the Brain Injury Clinical Research Center (BI CRC). Diverse technology and research goals of the BI CRC requires this staff member to be adaptable, flexible, and responsible for performing a variety of duties related to collecting, analyzing and archiving data. This position includes participant recruitment and evaluation and analysis of behavioral, anatomical and/or functional neuroimaging data.
The Research Assistant II (Organizational Behavior Management) will collect, organize, and maintain clinical and research data for analysis of organizational behavior management projects focusing on program evaluation, treatment integrity, and performance improvement projects within the Neurobehavioral Unit (NBU).
The Research Coordinator in the Clinical Trials Unit assists and collaborates with the Principle Investigator (PI) and research collaborators to reach research goals. This position requires a degree of responsibility, flexibility, and independence to perform diverse duties including collecting, analyzing, and archiving data.
The Research Coordinatorwill recruit and onboard research participants, new staff, and trainees. This position will serve as the main point of contact for project-related inquiries both outside and within the Institute. This staff member works directly with stakeholders, grant collaborators, community partners, and research staff to accomplish the goals of given research project(s). The incumbent will monitor systems and processes; provide updates; ensure data accuracy; support the training functions; and assist in the preparation of grant submissions and progress reports.
The Senior Research Coordinator assists and collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI) and research collaborators in reaching research goals in the department. This staff member must be adaptable in order to carry out research protocols. The position requires a considerable degree of responsibility, flexibility, and independence to perform diverse duties related to collecting, analyzing, and archiving data.