The Department of Pediatrics
, Division of Allergy/Immunology and Rheumatology, is seeking a Research Coordinator
for NIH-funded research studies.
Job responsibilities include:
- Recruiting human subjects for research
- Performing routine phlebotomies for patients as needed
- Transporting specimens to the research laboratory in the University at Buffalo Clinical & Translational Research Center
- Maintain study records
- Prepare and submit yearly IRB reports
- Communicate and coordinate with other participating institutions
Strong preference will be given to candidates who also have experience performing laboratory procedures.
- Associate’s degree and at least one year experience in the medical laboratory environment or a related area
- Experience in working with children
- Experience in preparing and updating IRB documents
- Experienced Phlebotomist
- Up-to-date in human subjects research training
Outstanding Benefits Package
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