Responsible for providing moderate to advanced range of coordination of Research studies conducted at the Medical Center, assists with the recruitment, enrollment, grant submissions, research data collection and study coordination activities. Performs intra-operative monitoring and serves as liaison with internal and external funding agencies. Ensures the accurate execution of research protocols in accordance with Good Clinical Practices, HIPAA, and required obligations to patient/subject, Principal Investigator, Research Team and sponsor. Interfaces directly with patients/subjects and Principal Investigator in support of the clinical trials if applicable. Establishes liaisons with relevant parties at the Medical Center that may include: Research Nurses, Research Pharmacists, Program Managers, Medical Technicians, Clinical Information Systems and regulatory Services. Might assist in the initiation and management of research studies. Works under general direction.
Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) Certification is preferred.
Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) Certification is preferred.
Knowledge of basic medical terminology is preferred.
Experience working in an Academic Medical Center preferred.
About Harkness Center for Dance Injuries at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital
The Harkness Center for Dance Injuries (HCDI) at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital enhances the health, wellbeing, and quality of life of dancers and dance companies. We offer many subsidized and free services including orthopaedic and sports medicine clinics, physical therapy and athletic training services, and injury prevention lectures and workshops.
HCDI was founded with the objective to provid...e the dance community with sound, up-to-date medical information. In keeping with this goal, our Center’s staff have published and presented several groundbreaking studies in the areas of epidemiology, metabolism, dance injuries, biomechanics and rehabilitation. HCDI is internationally recognized for setting standards in injury reporting and functional screening for dancers. Members of the HCDI staff have served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Dance Medicine and Science and on the Research Committees of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science, the Performing Arts Medical Association, the American Physical Therapy Association and Dance/USA.
HCDI’s biomechanics research laboratory is equipped with an 8-camera high-speed digital Motion Analysis system, dual force plates, 16-channel electromyography, Biodex isokinetic dynamometry, and a Neurocom Balance Master system.