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the Data Support Specialist is responsible for routine data cleaning, scoring /entry, analysis, reporting, training, and assisting in the overall management of patient and research records. This staff member supports the development, administration, and maintenance of databases and will also help staff utilize, store, and work in retrieval systems, database systems, and with software. The incumbent will maintain departmental standards in addition to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements.
Vacancy ID
6926
Location
Greenspring - Creamer Family Building
Street
3901 Greenspring Avenue
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21211
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
the Project Manager will initiate, lead, and execute innovative administrative projects and tasks related to standard operating procedures, program design and development, the collection, analysis and evaluation of data, including project management and regulatory compliance.
Vacancy ID
7057
Location
1741 Ashland Outpatient Center
Street
1741 Ashland Ave
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
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.
Vacancy ID
7119
Location
716 Clinical Research Center
Street
716 N. Broadway
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
the Research Assistant I will assist with a wide variety of research, clinical, and administrative activities and work with people and with databases related to the CBITS Over Telehealth Provides Empowerment (COPE) study. This position will support the goal of adaptation of the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) to address the needs of children from underserved communities who have developmental disabilities and face stress and hardship and also help in the training of Social Work graduate students in the novel implementation of CBITS using a telemedicine platform. The incumbent is responsible for conducting eligibility screenings and evaluations; videotaping evaluations; coding data; scoring and entering data into databases, and maintaining reliability on all coding schema and all related activities.
Vacancy ID
7220
Location
Greenspring - Creamer Family Building
Street
3901 Greenspring Avenue
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21211
Position Type
Regular Part Time
# of Hours
20.00
the Research Assistant I collaborates with the Principal Investigators (PIs) and the larger investigative team in the attainment of research goals related to the Healthy Brain Child Development (HBCD) study.  HBCD is a 25-site National Institute of Health (NIH) funded study that will recruit approximately 7,000 women during the second trimester of pregnancy and follow the development of their children through the first decade of life. Electrophysiological (EEG) data collection is planned on the infants starting at three months of age, with repeat assessments throughout development. This staff member will set-up equipment; perform data collection and data preprocessing; conduct EEG experiments; troubleshoot technical issues; ensure proper documentation; support presentation activities; and train students, trainees, and staff members on research protocols. This position is expected to work with a considerable degree of independence and will be cross-trained to facilitate the collection of additional components of the HBCD protocol. The technology and research goals of the HBCD Study is diverse and, therefore, the incumbent must be detail oriented, technically competent, an effective communicator, and an independent problem solver.
Vacancy ID
7278
Location
801 Outpatient Center
Street
801 N. Broadway
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
the Research Assistant I will be responsible for providing research support to the Principal Investigator (PI) and the Director of the Clinical Trials Unit. The position will perform a variety of duties in support of the research goals, objectives and protocols while functioning within the Neurology and Developmental Medicine (NDM) department. A considerable degree of responsibility, flexibility, and independence is required to carry out the diverse duties that are assigned. This staff member must have the ability to grasp the rationale for the methods used and must pay careful attention to details of the protocols are important for success. Reliability and the ability to work well with multiple investigators are essential. The incumbent is will read and understand the scientific literature, carry out study assessments, assist with planning studies, assist with analyzing data and preparing presentations for others.  
Vacancy ID
6653
Location
1741 Ashland Outpatient Center
Street
1741 Ashland Ave
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
  the Research Assistant I carries out scientific studies of cellular mechanisms of neuronal injury in the developing brain with Dr. S. Ali Fatemi in the Neuroscience Laboratory. The Research Assistant I is able to read and understand scientific literature, carry out experiments, assist with planning experiments, assist with analyzing data and make presentations to others about the work. A high level of responsibility, flexibility, and independence are required to carry out the diverse duties of this position.  
Vacancy ID
7212
Location
707 Hospital and Research Labs
Street
707 N Broadway
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
  the Research Coordinator I in the Motion Analysis Lab will assist with research studies of children and adults with movement disorders from neurological damage (e.g. cerebellar ataxia, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis). Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting with obtaining IRB (Institutional Review Board) approval, recruiting and testing subjects, and developing software to capture and analyze data.
Vacancy ID
6997
Location
707 Hospital and Research Labs
Street
707 N Broadway
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
the Research Coordinator II collaborates with study teams in reaching research goals. The Research Coordinator 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, including coordination of study-related activities (e.g., scheduling, invoicing, data maintenance).  
Vacancy ID
6662
Location
Fairmount Outpatient Programs
Street
1750 E. Fairmount Avenue
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21231
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00
the Senior Research Coordinator in the Clinical Trials Unit will be primarily responsible for complex project management for multiple research studies related to psychiatric conditions in pediatric patients. Activities include but are not limited to project execution, implementation, daily administration and close out for multiple research studies. The Senior Research Coordinator will ensure precise implementation of and adherence to study protocol, create all study documentation, oversee operating procedures, timelines, IRB applications, data preparation, and other research-related activities. In addition to operational management of multiple research studies, the Senior Research Coordinator will see patients participating in ongoing clinical trials, and will be responsible for specimen collection, processing, and DOT/ IATA compliant handling and shipment.
Vacancy ID
5978
Location
1741 Ashland Outpatient Center
Street
1741 Ashland Ave
City
Baltimore
State
MD
Zip
21205
Position Type
Regular Full Time
# of Hours
40.00

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