Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
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The Department of Emergency Medicine has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Research Study Coordinator 2.
Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator and lead coordinator, the Research Study Coordinator 2 (RSC2) will provide support for clinical and translational research studies pertaining to acute kidney injury and critical care. The RSC2 will assist in study design and protocol development, develop and verify procedures to accomplish the specific aims of each study, analyze and assess data results and data integrity.
Specifically the RSC2 will:
Identify, screen and consent study participants based on established inclusion and exclusion criteria. The RSC2 will be expected to assess clinical criteria for potential participation and work directly with clinical providers to ensure access and accuracy of assessments.
Implement research protocols and monitor participant adherence, identify barriers to participation and take correction actions as needed to ensure enrollment milestones are met.
Collect and process biological samples including human blood and urine.
Conduct follow up reviews, interviews, and surveys.
Ensure accurate data acquisition and retention, analyze and prepare summaries for use in sponsor reporting, IRB applications/renewals and publications.
Write or review human subjects applications and consent forms in compliance with all applicable regulatory bodies.
Ensure accurate tracking and timely payment of study subject stipends and/or travel reimbursements. Investigate and document study costs for grant proposals and post-award expenditure management.
Cross cover study activities with other members of the research group.
Perform related duties as required.
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
Bachelor's degree in biology, public health or other relevant area of study and two years of experience as a Research Study Coordinator OR equivalent education/experience.
Must be comfortable obtaining and processing human biological samples.
Knowledge of and experience implementing Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Human Subjects Protection.
Due to the multi-disciplinary nature of the clinical/translational research interaction, this individual must have the ability to work with various working styles and organizational systems.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
This position requires regular weekend hours.
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