Clinical Research Interviewer/Coordinator: Substance use during pregnancy and infant development
Brown Medical School & the Miriam Hospital
The Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at the Miriam Hospital, a Brown University teaching hospital, is seeking a project coordinator to conduct clinical interviews and coordinate operations for longitudinal studies investigating maternal substance use during pregnancy and fetal/infant neurobehavior.
The Interviewer/Coordinator will work closely with PI, Dr. Laura Stroud (https://vivo.brown.edu/display/lstroud), and other members of the leadership team. Primary responsibilities involve clinical interviews of pregnant mothers, consenting, scheduling, and screening participants. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills preferred. Experience with clinical and/or diagnostic interviewing and longitudinal studies desirable. Experience with electronic data capture/REDCap also desirable but not required. Position involves working in a fast-paced environment within a multidisciplinary research team. Potential need for schedule flexibility to accommodate participant visits. Personal transportation required.
Overview. Dr. Stroud serves as Senior Research Scientist and Founding Director of the Maternal-Infant Studies Laboratory and the Child and Adolescent Stress …
The Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The Miriam Hospital and Brown University is directed by Michael Carey, PhD, has a history of over 25 years of conducting innovative research involving interdisciplinary, behavioral approaches to the prevention and treatment of disease.
The position is offered contingent upon the availability of funding. Applications from women and minority members are encouraged. To be considered for this position, please send resume and cover letter to: