The Clinical Research Program/Project Manager will work at The MGH Mukerji Lab for Neuroinfectious Diseases. The incumbent is a highly organized individual with clinical observational studies or clinical trial research experience and serves as a Research Program/Project Manager. They will work with a multidisciplinary team from Mass General Brigham, alongside collaborators from Harvard Medical School, the University of San Francisco, Yale, and other national sites. The research efforts are typically (but not exclusively) focused on people with HIV or neurological infectious diseases. The Research Program/Project Manager will work under the direction of the Principal Investigator (PI) and play a key role in writing and preparing manuals, generating resources for patients and staff, assisting the PI in coordinating clinical trials and other clinical research activities, training staff, and potentially contributing to projects as a researcher, if interested. The incumbent may participate in all phases of research projects, from conception and design of studies to analysis and writing manuscripts for submission to academic journals. They will work with other team members, including Research Assistants (i.e., Lab Technicians, Clinical Research Coordinators), Visiting Research Scholars, and Clinical Study Physicians, Fellows, and Residents.
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