Research Associate

Organization
New England Research Institutes (NERI)
Job Location
Watertown, MA
Job Description

Thoughtful Science. Tailored Solutions. NERI is a full-service Contract Research Organization that provides customized, global clinical trial solutions, registry services, public health research, and technology to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, biomaterial, and medical device companies. NERI also has notable experience collaborating on federally-funded research with organizations like the National Institutes of Health. Since its founding in 1986, NERI has earned widespread recognition for its scientific credibility, efficiency, and expertise in the successful conduct of clinical trials and public health research. 


We are currently looking for a Research Associate. In that position, the Research Associate will: 

Handle word processing, spreadsheet, and internet search projects under supervision of the Project Manager; 
Conduct and summarize literature reviews using PubMed, World of Science, the internet, and other resources and databases; 
Assist with manuscript and proposal submissions including document formatting; 
Maintain project files and meeting minutes, track payment processing, and conduct other administrative responsibilities; 
Monitor and assist with recruitment, tracking, and scheduling of participants for research studies; 
Contribute to day-to-day research operations, including conducting data management and subject management activities, with an emphasis on mixed methods research; 
Develop and format charts, graphs, tables, and other graphics for grant proposals, conference presentations, and manuscripts; 
Contribute to graphic design, web development, and film production activities; 
Maintain and update social media outlets, NERI's website, press releases, and study-specific...cont.

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