Advertised Summary Job Description: Manage clinical trials conducted through the Clinical Protocol and Data Management Office. This position reports directly to the local senior coordinator of the specific disease site this incumbent has been assigned to.
Manage clinical trials (including some regulatory and budget requirements). Assist in the coordination of tests and visits for patients and work with the study team to maximize work efficiency and productivity. Coordinate data management and other aspects of clinical research protocols being conducted through the Cancer Center Clinical Protocol & Data Management Office. This includes review of research protocols and determination data management requirement for each patient enrolled; assisting Principal Investigators in drafting budgets and submitting studies review process and initiation, interacts with the regulatory office to maintain regulatory documents and administrative files for each protocol. Research coordination includes working with the research nurse, treating physicians, and Principal Investigators to confirm that each patient meets eligibility criteria specified for protocols and enrollment into clinical trials. Both patient and regulatory research records will be maintained. This involves working in conjunction with the study team to gather all required data and relevant clinical information. It will be necessary to work with various departments, physicians and labs, including outside hospitals, to ensure accuracy and timely retrieval of data. Must confer with all members of the clinical team to confirm appropriateness and timeliness of tests. Will collect follow-up data on patients post-treatment as required by the protocol. Submits monthly reports to clinical protocol office, tracking patient enrollment and accounts/ payments for sponsored protocols. The incumbent will also be required to enter research data into a centralized database program called VELOS. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Multiple positions of this titled will be filled.
General Minimum Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and experience, plus two years of related experience.
Additional Specific Minimum Qualifications:
Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a clinical research setting is preferred
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Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Internal Number: 126_175050
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