MD Anderson Cancer Center Research Interviewer - Symptom Research CAO in Houston, Texas

Research Interviewer - Symptom Research CAO

Location: United States, Texas, Houston, Houston (TX Med Ctr) at

Research at

Internal Medicine - Research 900021

Requisition #: 117618

The primary purpose of the Research Interviewer is to provide data collection, administrative, or managerial support in carrying out various research projects. Performs duties in accordance with general and/or specific plans within the department.

Research Related Activities

Identify and recruit eligible patients for collaborative studies.

Responsible for contacting participants to establish date and time of interview.

Utilize different institutional databases to obtain and verify patients’ information including, but not limited to protocol information from CORE and clinic databases.

Interviews conducted by research interviewers who are trained in human subject's research, including informed consent process.

Responsible for learning procedure for consenting participants and be compliant with HIPAA regulations.

Responsible for biological sample collection and delivery of all samples to laboratory for processing.

Assist with processing and banking of biological samples.

Provides functions related to carrying out various research projects with general and/or specific plans within the Department of Symptom Research.

Must be able to use a writing instrument, speak in a clear, pleasant, and understandable manner and have interpersonal skills to interact with participants in a professional manner.

Other duties as assigned.

Required: High School Diploma or eqivalent. Two years of related experience. May substitute required experience with completed years of college on a one to one basis.

It is the policy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or local laws unless such distinction is required by law.