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The Penn Collaborative for CBT and Implementation Science ( at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine is pleased to announce an open position for a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC).

Under the supervision of Dr. Torrey Creed, the CRC-B will provide research support to an ongoing NIMH funded research project, in collaboration with, examining strategies to enhance the quality of CBT in community mental health care through artificial intelligence (AI)-generated fidelity feedback and supervision tools. The CRC will coordinate and support the development of study materials; oversee the collection, cleaning, and relevant timelines for quantitative and qualitative data; create and maintain research materials and databases; coordinate communication and data sharing with our industry partner, Lyssn; oversee undergraduate employees and volunteers; and prepare and submit IRB documents according to required timelines. A key responsibility will be serving as the lead contact for at least 3 community mental health organizations who serve as partners in this research, managing recruitment, consent, logistics, and light technical support for these partners, as well as maintaining and nurturing positive working relationships with community partners, study participants, and partners at This responsibility will involve local travel within Philadelphia to visit sites.

The CRC may also participate in other activities within the Penn Collaborative, including activities related to the implementation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in under-resourced community settings, collaborative partnerships with community mental health providers and policy makers, ongoing development and expansion of our web-based training, and more. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals interested in the role of technology in mental health, community-based research, or dissemination and implementation research.

Please feel free to contact Torrey Creed with any questions about this position at

Applications: For more information or to apply for this position, please see the following link:

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