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This position is accountable to support research projects and to ensure that appropriate processes are implemented and maintained according to research protocol. This position supports/designs research and assessment techniques to achieve desired outcomes and / or to comply with regulations, grant requirements, compliance or clinical excellence initiatives. This position also includes translating pragmatic research into clinical applications (bench-to-bedside). This will involve managing large data bases, creating reports, working with clinicians/scientists/associates, and designing metrics to measure clinical outcomes resulting from translational research applied in clinical settings. In the clinical settings, this position will be working with health care providers, and will create the procedures for research data collection and/or electronic medical records. This position is responsible for managing the ongoing research efforts/integrity of existing data systems and insuring integration across the organization.
Essential Job Duties
- 1. Supports/works with Staff and Senior Scientists to design study protocols, build and maintain study samples, and disseminate information about the project to appropriate stakeholders. Contribute in research and other activities as assigned.
- 2. Demonstrates knowledge of quality improvement principles, theory, study design, and/or statistical modeling to evaluate research activity across the clinical/R&D programs and processes in an effort to identify opportunities for improving the delivery of health care services.
- 3. Coordinates research & data analysis, outcome collection and clinical translation of research to both central and regional leadership.
- 4. Demonstrates solid understanding of project management including development, support, installation, resource allocation, life cycle planning, cost tracking, and project risk assessment.
- Benefits Eligible: Yes
- Shift Details: Full Time/40 hours per week/Exempt
- Department: Genomics