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 lead ambitious research programs in cerebrovascular disease, with the united goal of leveraging genomics, epidemiology, neuroimaging, clinical informatics, and machine learning to revolutionize the prevention of stroke and the preservation of brain health across the lifespan. With projects spread across Boston academic medical institutions and the Broad Institute, a diverse funding portfolio, and a dynamic staff of coordinators, technologists, data scientists, and research fellows, our research group serves as a hub for brain health research locally, nationally, and internationally.

We are looking for a well-organized, dynamic, highly motivated project manager to help us deliver on our near- and long-term research goals and manage our internal organizational programs in biobanking, data and sample management, and data visualization. Reporting to the Sr. Lab Manager and working closely with the principal investigators and scientific program director, the clinical research project manager will have responsibility for day-to-day and long-term strategic project management related to research programs of three principal investigators devoted to brain health. Responsibilities  include, but not limited to: ensuring research project deliverables are completed in a timely manner, ensuring seamless communication across project teams, supervising and task management/delegation for research coordinators and interns; management of regulatory activities associated with research studies, IRB submissions and renewals; assembling grant applications.

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