Paid, Full-time, Clinical Research Coordinator, Women's Mental Health
The Center for Women's Health at Massachusetts General Hospital
Description (MGH) is seeking students to work as clinical research coordinators. The program is designed to provide evaluation and treatment of psychiatric disorders associated with female reproductive function. The research division's goal is to examine questions which affect the lives of women with psychiatric conditions. The research coordinators will be assigned 1-2 active projects and will work closely with the principal investigator and under the supervision of a senior research coordinator.
Conducting research visits with study patients and clinicians
Managing recruitment, screening, and enrollment of research patients
Administering psychiatric assessments
Performing phlebotomy (course offered at MGH) and preparing specimen
Collecting and entering data and managing the database
Preparing and submitting research protocols to IRB
Ensuring compliance with the Partners IRB as well as federal and institutional guidelines
Working on special projects such as grant or journal article submission
At least one year of research experience a plus
Ability to independently resolve problems and think critically
Ability to prioritize and manage time with attention to detail
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Data management and analysis knowledge a plus
Full-time (9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. with a half hour unpaid lunch), with a two-year commitment strongly preferred.
Compensation $31,200 plus benefits
Apply To apply, please email your resume (including undergraduate GPA) and cover letter to Lizzie Callaway.