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Helping patients feel better faster

Director of Clinical Research (Part-Time)

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Our company challenges:

-- Empower mental health specialists, doctors, hospital systems and patients with user-generated data
-- Engage end users through smart web and mobile applications to assess and manage mental health
-- Disseminate expertise in mental health best practices, including cognitive behavioral therapy
-- Protect user privacy and data security through our HIPAA-compliant infrastructure

Our culture relies on flexibility and agility - we are constantly iterating our platform to optimize its stability, scalability, and performance. We have an all-hands-on-deck mentality when it comes to product development and teamwork is pivotal to our success. Open and rapid communication is at our core to allow us to run fast or turn at a moment’s notice.

How you will help:

We are looking for a talented and passionate clinical researcher who will lead the design and execution of research studies (both ongoing and new) to validate the benefits of using NeuroFlow’s products. You will work collaboratively with our team and scientific and clinical advisors to strategize ‘quick wins’ and longer-term research projects, ranging from partnering with our existing customers in clinics and health systems to fully outsourced studies that partner with academic institutions. You will apply creative problem solving to inform how we can most effectively and efficiently demonstrate improved engagement, clinical outcomes, and cost savings through publishing peer-reviewed articles. By building a strong foundation of evidence-based support for NeuroFlow’s approach to promoting behavioral health access and engagement, you will make a significant impact on overall business growth.

About you:

-- You have a PhD in a relevant field and at least 3 years of post-doctoral clinical research experience
-- You love finding innovative ways to accelerate the typically slow research timeline and thrive when tackling the hardest challenges
-- You love getting your hands dirty with every part of the research process from study design to data analysis to manuscript writing
-- You have experience working on academic and/or industry-led research projects and want to move the behavioral health industry forward as quickly as possible
-- You are a whiz at navigating the IRB process for both institutional and independent IRBs
-- You excel at beating deadlines and self-leading, always working to improve yourself and your abilities
-- You have experience managing teams and understand how to keep complex projects on track

About NeuroFlow:

NeuroFlow is a venture-backed startup based in Philadelphia that promotes behavioral health access and engagement in all care settings to improve outcomes, overall wellness, and cost of care. We’re committed to improving the lives of those suffering from mental illness and revolutionizing the mental health industry through innovative applications of technology and data analysis.

The company is led by CEO Chris Molaro, a bronze star Army Veteran with degrees from the United States Military Academy at West Point and Wharton. Chris is also the co-founder and former CEO of the non-profit Things We Read. COO and co-founder Adam Pardes is former sales ops at Sidecar and PhD candidate in bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Our product team is lead by Julia Kastner, a graduate of Harvard Business School with over a decade of product and startup experience.

We have a fun, passionate and tight-knit team and offer competitive benefits, a flexible work schedule, and a gorgeous office in Philadelphia, PA. NeuroFlow is an equal opportunity employer.

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Adam Pardes

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Co-Founder/COO at NeuroFlow, Inc.

Julia Kastner

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Director of Product and Harvard MBA, living in Philadelphia
Founder @NeuroFlow and @thingsweread • Worked at @McKinsey & Company, @US Army • Studied at @West Point and @Wharton School

Ellen McGeoch

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Research & Ops at NeuroFlow