Research Analyst I ( Pediatric Neonatology )
The Vanderbilt University Medical Center is pleased to announce an opening for a full-time human research analyst position (i) stroke-related clinical imaging research and (ii) breast cancer treatment-related lymphedema research. The successful candidate will be involved in multi-disciplinary NIH-funded clinical research programs focusing on early detection of stroke risk factors or lymphedema progression risk factors. The successful applicant will work under the guidance and supervision of principal investigators in the Departments of Pediatrics and Radiology and will be primarily responsible for analysis of neuroimaging data as well as identifying, recruiting, and scheduling study participants. Opportunities for authoring scientific publications will be available. Under direct supervision, provide support for social, economic or health related research; assist in investigating, gathering, assessing, and clarifying data; record and distribute information; assist in general laboratory maintenance and inventory control.
i. Review medical history from EPIC electronic health record to determine eligibility status
ii. Assess eligibility of potential subjects for approved studies
iii. Contact potential study participants and ensure consent forms are completed
iv. Coordinate study visits with PI and study personnel
v. Collect and organize data using REDCap and Excel
Skills preferred but not required:
i. Basic knowledge of stroke
ii. Basic knowledge of EPIC electronic medical record, s trong communication and organizational skills
iii. Basic knowledge of data entry and storage using REDCap
iv. Basic awareness of Vanderbilt policies and regulations governing the protection of human subjects & b asic knowledge of neuroanatomy
* Bachelors Diploma (or equivalent) and <1 Years of Experience
* Day Shift/Non-Exempt Position
The Division of Neonatology is one of the top academic pediatric programs in the country.
Nationally acclaimed neonatologists, developmental pediatricians, and Ph.D. research faculty members continue our division's long history of excellence in patient care, teaching, research, and advocacy. Ranked among the top neonatology programs in the country, our faculty are sought-after as educators and leaders. Division members are involved in community outreach, shaping national, state and local policy, serving on editorial and research review committees, and leading statewide efforts to improve perinatal care.
The flagship of the neonatology clinical program is the 100-bed Children's Hospital NICU. The division also provides full-time neonatology services at the following Tennessee hospitals:
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