Project Manager – DIAGNOSE CTE Research Project – Boston University’s Alzheimer’s Disease and CTE Centers, Boston University School of MedicineOpportunity Type: Jobs, Management, Public Health, Research
Location: Boston, MA
Salary: Not provided
Opening Date: January 31, 2019
Closing Date: March 30, 2019
Contact Email: email@example.com
Full-Time Position – Immediate Opening
The Project Manager for the DIAGNOSE CTE Research Project is responsible for the overall management and day-to-day coordination of a NIH-funded, 7-year, multi-center, multidisciplinary, longitudinal clinical research study of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The primary goals of the project are to: develop methods of diagnosing CTE during life, refine and validate diagnostic criteria for the clinical diagnosis of CTE, and investigate genetic and head impact exposure risk factors for CTE.
The Project Manager reports directly to the lead principal investigator (PI), Dr. Robert Stern at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), and communicates regularly with all Co-PIs (Dr. Jeffrey Cummings, Cleveland Clinic; Dr. Eric Reiman, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute; Dr. Martha Shenton, Brigham & Women’s Hospital) and investigators and staff at performance sites in Arizona, Las Vegas, and NYC, and at other participating institutions nationwide.
- Oversees Study Coordinating Center (located at BUSM)
- Manages project operations, assures quality control for all standard operating procedures
- Coordinates research staff and training across all sites
- Manages FDA and NIH regulatory submissions and reporting
- Supervises recruitment staff and assures adequate enrollment of study participants, including former NFL players, former college football players, and controls
- Coordinates activities across all Study Teams (i.e., Neuroimaging, Fluid Biomarkers, Clinical Outcomes, Diagnostic Criteria, Risk Assessment, and Data)
- Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Management, Neuroscience, Public Health, Psychology/Neuropsychology, Sports Medicine, or related field
- Strong leadership and project management experience
- Exceptional organizational and communication/interpersonal skills
- Experience in a clinical research setting is a plus
Email a cover letter and resume to: Nicole Gullotti, Assistant to Dr. Robert Stern: firstname.lastname@example.org
References will be requested and an in-person interview will be scheduled for top applicants only.
www.sternneurolab.org ● http://diagnosecte.com