The Division of Hand Surgery at NYU Langone Health is seeking a research coordinator. Under the direction of their faculty, the coordinator will work on a variety of retrospective and prospective clinical studies which focus on a range of conditions of the hand and participate in all operational aspects of ongoing clinical research in the Division of Hand Surgery.
Helping faculty to enroll patients into clinical studies
Collecting data at patients’ follow up visits
Overseeing data entry and management
Completing, maintaining, and updating all study-related IRB documentation
Ensuring IRB compliance and ethical approval
Creating, cleaning, updating, and maintaining electronic study databases
Organizing regulatory binders, study documents, and paper copies of data
Coordinating research activities of the hand division
Documenting proceedings during research meetings
Performing data collection for retrospective studies using EPIC
Preparing documents to apply to grants and other sources of funding
Performing thorough literature searches in preparation for new studies or writing manuscripts
Working cohesively with faculty, fellows, residents, and administrative research staff
Capturing surgical technique videos
Undergraduate college degree
Authorized to work in the U.S.
Familiarity with data management/analysis programs, including some of the following: Microsoft Excel, SPSS, REDCap, and Research Navigator a plus
Fluency in the usage of Microsoft Office Suite a plus
Experience with electronic medical records a plus
Full-time, with a one-year commitment starting in May or June 2023. Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. May include other variable hours.
Please send the application below as well as a cover letter and resume to Paul Izard.
Name of School, Year of Graduation, Degree
If you are planning to apply to any graduate programs (MD, PhD, etc.), list when you are applying and when you expect to matriculate. Current medical students, please list when you expect to graduate.
If you are planning to take any standardized tests (MCAT, GRE, USMLE, etc.) during this research year, or have recently tested, please list exam date(s).
Please list any past research experience. Specify whether the research was clinical or non-clinical, the dates (in the format: MM/YYYY to MM/YYYY), and specific duties.
Why are you interested in this position?
Describe any past experiences or skills that make you a good fit for this position.