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The Project Coordinator will provide in-depth analyses of the Moser Center’s current technology needs, develop and maintain quality improvement programs, and ensure all system related data remains up to date and compliant. The incumbent will work with the Director, Outpatient Medical Operations on creating and innovating new processes to help streamline and modernize workflow. This position will collaborate with Research Coordinators to organize and coordinate optimization of clinic and research productivity in the Moser Center for Leukodystrophies.
The Project Coordinator will facilitate network collaborations in rehab between multiple hospitals. The incumbent will work with supervisor and the Project Manager to create and innovate new processes that help streamline and modernize workflows.
The Research Assistant I in the Opendak Lab will help with the day-to-day operations of the lab, including maintaining the animal colony and inventory lists, supervising the work of undergraduates, and collecting data.
The Research Assistant in the Comi Lab will perform maintenance and differentiation of cell lines, assist with maintenance of a mouse colony, and carry out routine laboratory experiment.
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 work with people and with databases for the Center for Autism Services, Science, and Innovation (CASSI, formerly known as the Center for Autism and Related Disorders, or CARD). The incumbent is responsible for conducting eligibility screenings and evaluations, participating in recruitment events and assisting the development of innovative recruitment strategies. Responsibilities also include assisting research participants with the registration process; and maintaining the participant database for accurate follow-up and completion. This position requires availability for weekends and late afternoons to complete events and recruitment appointments.
The Research Assistant Iwill support research projects and complete the consenting process and eligibility screenings for the Center for Autism Services, Science, and Innovation (CASSI, formerly known as the Center for Autism and Related Disorders, or CARD). 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 II provide research support, perform laboratory procedures, and maintain documentation/records related to research in department. The incumbent will maintain a good working knowledge of study protocols and adhere to all protocol requirements, onboard students to the lab, and perform statistical analyses to create reports and data visualizations.
TheResearch Assistant II will conduct rehabilitation research, data collection, analysis, and interpretation for various research studies and grants. This position focuses on pediatric brain injury, under the direction of the Director of Rehabilitation Neuropsychology. This position will work with English and Spanish-speaking populations. Appropriate language skills at a proficiency level that meets the Institutes minimum standards is highly preferred.
*Applicants bilingual in spanish are highly desired
The Research Program Coordinator will provide data and project management/coordination duties for the Office of Health, Equity, and Inclusion (O-HEID) and the Center for Diversity in Public Health Leadership Training (CDPHLT). The incumbent will develop data systems and processes; ensure data integrity; coordinate data needs; conduct analysis; provide data in publishable formats; and generate reports. This position will also prepare grants and manuscripts; train staff; assist with mentoring Center for Diversity scholars; and provide administrative support services to the Chief Diversity Officer and Associate Director of O-HEID. The incumbent may have supervision responsibilities as needed.