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Clinical Research Program Manager | MGH Institute of Health Professions - Military Veterans

at HERC - New England

General Summary/Overview: We are seeking a driven, motivated, organized, and eager to learn lab manager to join our team in the department of orthopaedic surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital Charlestown Navy Yard Research Lab starting Fall 2023. You will be the lab manager for the bioskills lab. This will require you to be in charge of the purchasing and storage of all lab materials including surgical instruments, PPE, and cadaveric specimens. You will also be setting up, running, and cleaning up for the labs. The lab is used by medical students, orthopedics surgical residents, fellows, and attendings from this institution as well as outside entities. In this position, you will play a key role in monitoring ongoing clinical trials and retrospective clinical outcomes studies to ensure compliance with procedures and protocols. You will be involved in conducting clinical research and collecting outcomes both prospectively and retrospectively. You will be in the bioskills/biomechanics labs to coordinate ongoing research and maintain the lab space. Occasionally you may be asked to video a procedure in a surrounding OR. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Bioskills/Resident Education Film OR cases for educational presentations and videos Manage the purchasing of cadaveric specimens and lab supplies Manage storage and inventory of the cadaveric specimens Thaw the specimen and setup for bioskills labs Maintain and trouble shoot equipment with assistance from industry Understand the needs of the procedure and setup x-ray or arthroscopy if needed Work with industry representatives to insure the lab is equipped with necessary instrumentation for the lab Coordinate with industry representatives and attending physicians to ensure that the lab runs smoothly Order and maintain personal protective equipment in the lab Maintain and clean the lab on a regular basis Keep an organized lab schedule Maintain surgical equipment and troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment Coordinate the removal of old and broken equipment Coordinate human tissue waste removal Monitor clinical trials Ensure compliance with all clinical trial protocols Enter clinical research data into appropriate fields Transfer data from paper formats via computer, recorders, or scanners Organize spreadsheets with large numbers Curate data directly from clinical research Oversee clinical site activities Prepare correspondence, documentation, or presentation materials on findings Draft informed consents for trials Submit/facilitate the submission of study applications for approval by our Institutional Review Board (IRB) Perform self-audits of research trials Clinical Outcomes Collect subjective clinical outcomes Record range of motion for all patients at yearly follow-up visits Create educational PowerPoints to show case reports or surgical techniques Biomechanical Testing Perform cadaveric dissections and prepare specimens for biomechanical testing Creating biomechanical testing fixtures and procedures Data collection and motion analysis of biomechanical testing Qualifications Skills/Abilities Required: Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe Premiere Pro or other similar video editing software Self-directed and able to work without supervision Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently Preferred to have some type of mechanical inclination Education: Required Bachelor's Degree in Science, Psychology, or related field Experience: Minimum 3 years research experience in related health care field preferred EEO Statement Massachusetts General Hospital is an EqualOpportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills,perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protectedveterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouragedPartner's Healthcare is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Boston, MA

HERC - New England

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