Project coordinator will be responsible for communication and coordination with data collection sites, task programming, data extraction, data cleaning, coordination of interview transcription, conducting in-person interviews with parents, and conducting telephone follow ups with participants and their parents.
The Program Coordinator will support a senior faculty member in the Department of Health Policy & Management (HPM) who also serves as President of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG).
The Project Coordinator provides administrative support to the Directors and Managers in the Division of Health Informatics and is responsible to assist in coordinating various aspects of divisional projects.
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