The Coordinator will perform and organize observational studies and clinical trials Phase I- Phase IV of Huntington's disease and Lewy body disorders (Dementia with Lewy Bodies, Parkinson's disease dementia, Parkinson’s disease), involving recruitment, questionnaires, neuropsychological testing, data entry and biofluid handling. The officer will work under the supervision of the Senior Research Managers and will report to the study Principal Investigators during planning, execution, and close-out of research studies. The position involves roles and responsibilities that include, but are not limited to:
Screen charts, recruit, schedule, and consent subjects for studies
Prepare for upcoming study visits
Conduct clinical interviews with study participants and use study-specific assessments, including vital signs, electrocardiograms, gait assessments, review of medical history, cognitive and neuropsychological testing, and other questionnaires.
Provide support to subjects and licensed medical personnel with operational flow of study visits involving infusions and lumbar punctures
Process blood and other biological samples such as cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and urine as per study procedures
Accurately collect and enter data into databases and electronic case report forms, maintaining regulatory binders, source documentation and management of AEs and SAEs
Analyze data using Excel, SPSS, and other programs
Manage finances involving subject participation and travel, and financial invoicing to sponsors for completed study activities
Adherence to federal and institutional regulations and GCP guidelines
Assist with other administrative and research activities as required
Maintain, program, and manage equipment used to collect data such as laptops, tablets, and devices distributed to participants for passive monitoring of movements and activities such as smartphones and smartwatches provided by the study.
Internal Number: 7528
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