The Cerebrovascular Health Laboratories within the McCance Center for Brain Health, Department of Neurology of MGH and BWH, and Center for Genomic Medicine at MGH is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic candidate to join their research group. We work in a rich multi-disciplinary environment involving clinicians, computational biologists, statisticians and geneticists both at MGH, the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT as well as internationally through the International Stroke Genetics Consortium (ISGC)
Under the direction of the Senior Research Laboratory Manager, the Clinical Research Coordinator I/II/Sr. will work independently on ongoing research studies. This includes project management of lab projects involving collaboration within and outside the lab and institution, organizing the receipt of DNA samples from collaborators within and outside the United States, collection of all phenotypic data associated with received samples, collection of and accurate recording of procedures and results, maintenance of the lab databases, maintaining lab stocks, participation in joint upkeep of the lab and participation and presenting at lab meeting. This position requires a person who has Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in molecular/cell biology or a related field, with great attention to detail, is capable of working independently after training, possesses good verbal and written communication skills, works well as part of a team and is comfortable corresponding with collaborators from all over the world.
If interested in applying for this position, please email your CV/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org