This full-time staff member will support the Clinical Studies Unit research team for the Department of Dermatology. The CSU supports the department at large and the Clinical Research Assistant will have the opportunity to work with a variety of investigators and clinical studies including investigator initiated studies and clinical trials phase II through IV. S/he will be responsible for subject recruitment, obtaining informed consent as appropriate for potential research subjects, and enrolling subjects into various studies as specified per protocol. The CRA will be responsible for the collection and processing of clinical biosamples, and ensuring appropriate documentation. They would need to coordinate with Investigators contributing to the Dermatology biobank by the processing and handling of collected human specimens and maintaining detailed specimen log. This individual will also need to maintain appropriate subject records, data, and database entry in a careful and timely manner. S/he must demonstrate vigilance in subject protections, protocol compliance, and data quality. S/he will adhere to all University of Pennsylvania , IRB, federal, and ICH-GCP guidelines, policies, and practices.
Internal Number: 44659
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