The Clinical Research Specialist (CRS) will assist in the conduction and implementation of the biobehavioral research protocols. This position will assume duties including, but not limited to, coordinating data acquisition including survey, neuropsychological data, imaging, and blood for genetic and biomarker analysis, recruitment of subjects, data management, budget management, compliance with regulatory and IRB reports and renewals, liaison between various community-based clinics for clinic recruitment, train all RAs conduct quality assurance on the procedures of the study, and monitor treatment fidelity of the study. The CRS will also oversee the collection of the qualitative data of the study. The CRS will participate in the initiation, monitoring, completion, and reporting of routine to moderately complex clinical behavioral studies in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Good Clinical Practices (GCP). The CRS will have supervisory responsibility over implementation of the research protocol and report directly to the PI. The CRS will supervise part-time research assistants and a post-doctoral fellow.