Contract Research Coordinator
Curio Fractional Chief Science Officer
Master’s degree and at least 2-3 years research and manuscript coordination experience
is a psychedelics care delivery & infrastructure startup focused on remote safety monitoring and clinical outcomes for virtual Psychedelic-Assisted Coaching and Therapy (PACT). Our vision is to create the world's most cost-effective and preventive healthcare system catalyzed by psychedelic-assisted coaching and therapy (PACT).
The Curio Science Team is focused on conducting and publishing research to forward the field of psychedelics, as well as behavioral health in general.
The purpose of this position is to work closely with the Curio's CEO and Chief Science Officer to coordinate the research activities and provide support to the Curio Science Team.
Our culture is collaborative and you would meet and work with many core team members in this position. As an early startup, it is also integral that you have self-initiative and are able to work autonomously on many of your tasks. However, we are a supportive team, and you will have many teammates to reach out to for help.
The contract research coordinator will work with the Curio Science Team to support research. You will be responsible for carrying out day-to-day research activities for both randomized control and cross-sectional design research studies. You must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, have excellent organization skills, interpersonal and communication skills, strong time management skills, and the ability to use good judgment in daily tasks.
You will also need to implement approved study protocols with high fidelity to ensure that we meet study accrual, retention, and data quality targets. Experience identifying, recruiting, and retaining patients in behavioral research is critical.Responsibilities
Specific responsibilities include working with writing IRB applications, completing screening and enrollment procedures, administering measurement protocols, recruiting national samples, maintaining participant retention, monitoring the well-being of research participants, reporting on accrual and retention, helping identify and solve problems to ensure study goals are met, helping prepare reports for study meetings and regulatory requirements, completing administrative tasks, and participating in writing manuscripts and grant applications.
Candidates must have completed a Master’s degree or higher in health, medicine, neuroscience, exercise science, psychology, public health, or a related field (or equivalent experience). The ideal candidate will have at least 2-3 years of hands-on experience conducting behavioral health research and demonstrate experience in manuscript submission as part of a study team.Appropriate education and/or experience may be substituted on equivalent basis
Minimum Required Education
: Master’s Degree Minimum Required Experience
: 2-3 years working as part of a research team
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