Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology has an immediate need for a full time Clinical Subjects Coordinator to oversee one newly initiated observational study and one recently initiated clinical trial in the area of liver cirrhosis. The role will involve cognitive testing, speech assessment, and biospecimen collection and analysis, among other research maintenance activities. The coordinator will be supervised by one PI and work with a team of other study coordinators. Studies are sponsored by the University, a GI society, and an industry sponsor.
Consent and recruit patients in clinic, by phone, and by email
Administer survey questionnaires as well as assessments of speech and cognitive function
Coordinate each patient’s study participation from enrollment to completion
Liaise with other research groups both at U-M and beyond to ensure seamless study progress
Contribute to the design and maintenance of databases, along with routine data entry into those databases and various spreadsheets
Analyze cross-sectional and longitudinal study data at various points throughout the study
Submit IRB applications, prepare IRB documents, and provide continuing reviews
Supervise research students who will assist with clerical data and subject recruitment
Management of biospecimens
Bachelor's degree and two years of experience in clinical research including patient recruitment, data management, and IRB applications is necessary.
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