Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Rutgers the State University of New Jersey is seeking a motivated Research Associate III (Junior Research Coordinator) for the Department of Medicine-Infectious Diseases within the New Jersey Medical School.
The Research Associate III (Junior Research Coordinator) is responsible for on- and off-site study coordination and data management oversight of specific assigned scientific protocol(s). This activity includes implementing and monitoring quality control SOPs, conducting periodic monitoring visits, working with investigators at the sites to develop and implement protocols.
Among the key duties of this position are the following:
Works with the Senior Coordinator and Investigators in ensuring protocol compliance.
Provides specialized protocol, procedure and application (REDCap, FreezerPro specimen tracking) training to international site study team (investigators and staff).
Will receive training in protocol conduct, monitoring and interacting with international collaborators from Senior Coordinator.
Provides visit specific case report forms, receives and reviews study needs.
Assures timely responses to study inquiries and schedules regular
Internal Number: 114413
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