Under the direction of the Departmental Administrator/CFO and working closely with the Vice Chair for Research, the Clinical Research Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating clinical research associated with radiology imaging for both Columbia University and New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) radiology services.
Collaborates with principal investigator and research team on the development of new research projects, databases and protocols or new department /service initiatives.
Serves as the contact person for all investigators and research coordinators within radiology and from other departments who are interested in utilizing radiology imaging for clinical research purposes. This includes proactively addressing any potential issues, facilitating database enhancements and overseeing/managing special requests.
Assists faculty within the Department of Radiology in the preparation of institutional review board (IRB) forms, case report forms (CRF), IND submissions and maintenance of study documentation.
Conducts systematic audits to ensure data collected is consistent with source documents and is in compliance with external sponsor/regulatory requirements.
Maintains and organizes study documentation and records. Compiles data and assists in consolidating /analyzing data for presentation.
Ensures that all research billing requirements are met per protocol and respond to all related correspondence in a timely manner.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and experience plus two (2) years of experience as a clinical research associate, related experience, and/or previous clinical research experience required.
The ability to take initiative and work independently is required.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills are a must.
Working knowledge of MS Word and Excel is needed.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 509151
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