The Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, located within the largest medical center in the world, provides compassionate and exceptional care as well as cutting-edge research and extensive education and training opportunities that prepare our next generation of providers for prominent positions nationally and internationally.
Dr. Eric Storch is looking for a Research Coordinator I that will coordinate and assist with the research node of Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium (TCMHCC). The research node of the TCMHCC will develop relationships with local hospitals, clinics and child advocacy centers to assist children and adolescents with depression and anxiety. This Research Coordinator I will assist and coordinate the daily activities of the program.
- Interviews, screen and recruits patients for study through the established relationships of local hospitals, clinics, and child advocacy centers with a team of other research coordinators.
- Obtains informed consent forms from patients and families. Explains process and procedures to educate the patient and patient families regarding the Childhood Depression Network, and Childhood Trauma Network.
- Collects patient information, processes documents and enters information into the database management system managed by the Hub.
- Participates in training activities provided by the Childhood Depression and Childhood Trauma Research Hubs.
- Maintains records, data captured during assessments into a data management system managed by the Hub. Schedules research participant for tests and procedures such as laboratory tests, x-rays, and other studies specific for the research protocol. Retrieves and submits test results to appropriate party.
- Provide updates and presentations to PI on quarterly metrics outlined in the grant including number of research participants recruited, number of assessments completed, number of participants dropped, and the total number of active participants.
- Orders supplies and equipment.
- High School diploma or GED.
- Three years of relevant experience.
- Bachelor's degree in a related field.
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