Fund Manager, CTSI (H91155)
Listed on October 23, 2017
Under the direction of the CTSI Director of Financial Operations, the fund manager will assist all fund management activities for the Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSI) research programs totaling approximately $20 Million in annual expenditures per year. S/he will assist in the preparation of internal documentation and coordinate with other University offices as necessary in the preparation of all departmental contract and grant proposals. The fund manager will assist in all fund management activities from fund inception to closure in accordance with CTSI, UCLA, and Sponsor policy and procedures.
The Fund Manager will be expected to assist in the processing of Transfer of Funds and expense adjustments (TOF, PPP/PTR, NPEAR), No Cost Extensions and Request Approval to Spend funds; to reconcile monthly ledgers; compile fiscal information to be used to prepare annual budgets, sponsor required progress and financial reports, statements and projections utilizing information from University ledgers, Query Database (QDB), and the University On-line Financial Reports; provide guidance to the PI for funded projects to assure proper expenditure; prepare and/or approve purchasing documents, expenditure invoices and other charges, and resolve any accounting problem or irregularities in a timely basis. The fund manager assists in the preparation of new research proposal applications to various sponsors, editing drafts, collaborating with investigators and gathering all the information necessary for submission; assist in preparation of pre-award budgeting including salary, equipment, supplies and other expenses used in the proposed research; track proposal status and sponsored research negotiation progress; and ensure all necessary documents are complete and submitted.
Post-doctoral Position - UCLA Neurology
Listed on July 14, 2017
Post-doctoral position available in UCLA Neurology Laboratory to work on multi-faceted translational research project on cerebral microvascular disease. The Hinman lab is developing novel diagnostic and biomarker approaches for cerebral microvascular disease as part of funded CTSI and NINDS projects including a national consortium on vascular cognitive impairment. The ideal candidate will have a background or relevant expertise in microfluidics, biotechnology, cell culture, and clinical research. Qualified individuals can email interest and/or CV to email@example.com or find the lab on Twitter @HinmanLabUCLA
Alpha Stem Cell Clinic Coordinator (UCLA Requisition # 26013)
Listed on June 9, 2017
The UCLA-UCI Alpha Stem Cell Clinic (ASCC) is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between the University of California, Los Angeles, Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research and University of California, Irvine Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center. It is one of three clinics (alongside City of Hope and UC San Diego) funded through a five-year, $8M grant from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), the state's stem cell agency. These three Alpha Clinics comprise the CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic Network. ASCC accelerates stem cell clinical trials by providing comprehensive coordinated resources, education and services to eligible stem cell clinical trials. The ASCC supports regulatory, administrative, patient safety, and evaluation activities for individual trials, and develops best practices to benefit all stem cell trials.
The ASCC Coordinator will be primarily responsible for the coordination of administrative and data activities conducted within the ASCC, under the direction of the ASCC Program Manager. This position is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual to assist in building a program that accelerates the translation of stem cell therapies into clinical practice.