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- Data Management
- Research Experience
- Data Collection
- Clinical Trials
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- Health Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Disability Insurance
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Research Technician, Cancer Prevention and Control Program - Georgetown University Medical Center
The Cancer Prevention and Control Program is the flagship population sciences research program of the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (LCCC). The Behavioral and Preventive Medicine research lab studies risk behaviors for cancer and advances the program's and cancer center's mission surrounding research in primary and secondary cancer prevention.
The Research Technician will be responsible for assisting with multi-site cancer prevention and control research studies including participant screening, recruitment, retention, data collection, data management and validation, and data cleaning and processing. The incumbent will also contribute to the development of research products, including research reports. This is a full-time position supported by extramural research grants.
Additional duties include, but are not limited to:
Assists with the development of bibliographic material and data reports.
Contributes to the development of research data reports.
Develops data collection instruments including self-report measures.
Coordinates data management and analyses from research projects.
Manages day-to-day tasks, operations, and adherence of research project protocols.
Interfaces with other project staff on a daily basis.
Conducts data screening and collection procedures.
Interfaces with investigators and other research project personnel at outside study sites.
Prepares and submits documents for Institutional Review board, ensuring regulatory records are maintained and accurate.
Requirements & Qualifications
Bachelor's or Masters-level training preferred in public health, social or behavioral sciences, population health, or a related field
3-5 years' previous experience as part of a research team in an academic setting
Excellent organizational, written, and verbal communication skills, background in data management and analysis and research protocol coordination and administration
Experience assisting with clinical/community/behavioral research studies including data collection, working with investigators at multiple study sites, and maintaining schedules, phone logs, and other clerical tasks
Ability to function as member of a team in an interdisciplinary research environment and interface with outside collaborators
Skills in clinical trial data management and human subjects research administration system management using electronic platforms, as well as MS Office Suite, and REDCap
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