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The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Administrative Director will direct and oversee the administrative and business processes of the IRB in support of research protocols to include planning, interpreting and managing procedural activities within the overall scope of relevant federal regulations for research involving human subjects. The IRB Administrative Director will provide operational and compliance oversight for the IRB Administrative Office and the Institutional Review Board and ensure timely and accurate processing of IRB submissions for review and approval. In addition, the IRB Administrative Director is responsible for the development and implementation of the operational monitoring systems, and compliance tracking systems, accordance with the IRB’s Policies and Procedures.
The Senior Laboratory Technician will support the Organic Analytical Chemistry Laboratory’s large-scale biomonitoring studies, specifically by assisting with the analysis of clinical samples for (ultra-)trace organic compounds using techniques based on liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS). The incumbent will also assist with maintaining appropriate quality assurance activities and documentation; and perform general laboratory responsibilities.
The incumbent in this position will support our Laboratory’s large-scale biomonitoring studies, specifically by analyzing clinical samples for (ultra-) trace levels of organic chemicals using techniques based on chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (LC/GC-MS). They will also maintain appropriate laboratory documentation, prepare quality control samples, process data, prepare reports and standard operating procedures, and assist senior research scientists with directed research projects.
The Newborn Screening Program (NBSP) tests newborns for 50 congenital diseases. If these diseases are identified at birth, health outcomes are improved by early detection and treatment. Hospitals are a key partner in the newborn screening system. The NBSP monitors quality of external partners to ensure the entire system is operating well. The goal of the project is working with the hospitals to improve timeliness of the newborn screening system overall. The Public Health Specialist II will assist in coordinating the development of educational resources, piloting a hospital site evaluation tool, and conducting site visits to several birth hospitals. The incumbent will also assist in developing functional requirements for the new communication application/portal in Health Commerce System (HCS) and provide training to hospitals. In addition, s/he will assist in developing data visualization tools/dashboards using Tableau, and will be responsible for participating in meetings and calls related to the grant.