Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Requisition Number: Staff_10014
Business Unit: College of Medicine
Department: Neurological Sciences 50001975
Reg-Temp: Full-Time Regular
The Clinical/Translational Study Coordinator is responsible for the organization, implementation and administration of clinical/translational research for Dr. Warren's laboratory. The coordinator provides coordination of research activities while planning, organizing and executing related daily research activities. For example, the coordinator helps evaluate research protocols for feasibility, helps organize research team working on research project, leads and assists in subject recruitment, knows all details of study protocol and implements study procedures as specified, coordinates subject study visits, enters any required information into institutional EMR, participates in data collection and completion of clinical IRB and study related research documents (including electronic data entry) assists in tracking all study visits (which may include assisting in IRB continuing renewal applications and assisting in the tracking and reconciling of research study budgets). The coordinator complies with all regulations regarding studies that involve human subjects research, clinical research, and clinical trials.
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