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Study Coordinator

Einstein CNL is currently seeking a Study Coordinator to assist in the lab's various studies on a daily basis, to ensure that each project is completed in accordance with the appropriate protocol.  Responsibilities include overseeing participant scheduling and recruitment; proper collection of EEG, MRI, genetic, and neuropsychological data; archiving data and maintaining the CNL database of more than 1800 participant records; and providing assistance in the preparation of data for presentations, publications, and other purposes. Opportunities to contribute to our research in a meaningful way will be abundant. This coordinator will be primarily focusing on the NIH- funded project:  Autism Genetics Phase III: Increasing representation of human diversity.


  • Oversees the recruitment, screening, scheduling, enrollment, interaction with, and consenting of subjects.

  • Coordinates teams of clinicians and research technicians for study participation

  • Monitors projects (including scheduling and interacting with participants) and provides updates.

  • Prepares and submits materials for the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and other regulatory bodies as required by the protocol to ensure compliance in a timely fashion.

  • Assists with regulatory matters (such as data safety and monitoring and board meetings).

  • Organizes and maintains documentation of participant and study data.

  • Manages data collection and databases using REDCAP

  • Prepares milestone and progress reports

  • May provide clerical and technical guidance to ensure adherence to research protocols and quality of information received.

  • Assists faculty by recording during data collection, data review and data entry, as appropriate for study protocol.

  • Interacts with co-workers, visitors, and other staff consistent with the values of Einstein.


  • BA or BS and up to 1 year of related experience required.

  • Database management experience desirable

  • Prior experience with human subject research protocols preferred

  • Experience interacting with both adults and children (and their families) with neurodevelopmental or related disorders.

  • Experience with community-based research programs targeting racial and ethnic minorities preferred.


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We welcome resumes for possible research opportunities that may arise in the future.


Please email your resume and a brief cover letter highlighting your research interests to and keep an eye on this page for future job postings!

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