Clinical Research Assistant to provide assistance in support of a multi-site clinical research protocol in dilated cardiomyopathy being conducted in the Division of Human Genetics within the Department of Internal Medicine; assists with implementation and coordination of studies; participates in recruitment of study participants; performs behavioral or diagnostic testing; assists with collection maintenance & reporting of clinical research data.
Minimum Education Required:
Bachelor's Level Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience with a Major in biological sciences, health sciences or medical field.
Bachelors Degree in biological sciences, health sciences or medical field, or equivalent combination of education experience; experience in research capacity desired; knowledge or experience in specialty may be desired; experience in phlebotomy may be desired; experience performing basic laboratory procedures to process biological specimens may be desired; computer skill required with knowledge of database software applications desired. Final candidates are subject to successful completion of a background check. A drug screen or physical may be required during the post offer process.
Function: Research and Scholarship
Sub Function: Clinical Research
Career Band: Individual Contributor Series: Technical
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