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The Research Administrator II-III supports 4-5 faculty and their labs/departments to ensure compliant and effective funding, budget management, regulatory compliance and general administrative duties. The Research Administrator II-III collaborates with the faculty and interfaces with other departments as needed to complete administrative tasks and nonscientific grant content, and to advise the PIs on relevant matters while working with a supervisor to develop effective solutions to related issues. Consults with supervisor for complex or unique situations.
Funding Source Administration
Clinical Trials Support
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