The Autism Glass project, a multidisciplinary project in the Stanford School of Medicine, is looking for a part-time or full-time Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) or “study manager” as we like to call it. Our team has developed a system using machine learning and artificial intelligence to automate facial expression recognition that runs on wearable glasses and delivers real-time social cues to children with Autism. You can see the system in action and find some recent background on the projects in KQED, SF Chronicle, Scientific American, and CBS.
As a study manager, you’ll co-lead our 100-person phase 2 clinical study, in which children with autism are using our system at home every day. You will work directly with participants to manage screenings, consent process, study procedures, and general communication. At the same time, you’ll be the eyes and ears of the engineering team and work with our group of user experience experts to manage a participatory design process, rather than a traditional clinical trial. You’ll join weekly engineering and user experience review meetings and are expected to be a strong team-player.
This is a fast-paced project and you’ll have to keep up. In return, you’ll get to join a terrific team at Stanford working on some pretty cool technology to solve a big problem.
Please contact Jena Daniels at email@example.com about this position.