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CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR II - The Departmetn of Tisch Cancer Institute
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Roles & Responsibilities:
A Clinical Research Coordinator II position is currently available with the Tisch Cancer Institute of Mt. Sinai. The Clinical Research Coordinator will interact with research participants, physicians, and clinical/administrative staff. He/she will work under the direction of the principal investigator (PI) in the execution, coordination, and overall management of pharmaceutical company, National Cancer Institute (NCI), cooperative group, and/or internally sponsored clinical trials
Coordinates all activities of ongoing clinical trials:
- Obtain informed consent under supervision of the study investigator(s) educate participants regarding study requirements
- Screen patients for eligibility and register subjects with sponsoring agency
- Coordinate research team to ensure compliance with planned treatment protocol including required laboratory and radiographic testing
- Secure, deliver, and ship blood and/or tissue samples, radiographs, and other clinical specimens as required by protocol
- Act as liaison between investigator(s) and sponsoring agency
- Coordinate activities pertinent to the safeguarding of patients’ rights in research
Manages study data of ongoing clinical trials, alone or in conjunction with non-nurse research coordinators:
- Ensure accurate and complete compilation of subject data through chart reviews
- Collect and record study data on Case Report Forms and submit forms in a timely manner according to study guidelines
- Meet with internal and sponsor appointed monitors to ensure accuracy of subject data and compliance with research protocol
- Maintain source documents and subject files in accordance with Mount Sinai School of Medicine (MSSM) standard operating procedures (SOPs)
- Analyze data with investigators as needed
Ensures proper compliance with institutional and national regulatory requirements:
- Report adverse events and serious adverse events in accordance with MSSM Institutional Review Board (IRB) SOPs, sponsor guidelines, and federal regulations
- Assist the PI and regulatory staff in the preparation of new protocol submissions, protocol amendments, and renewals of ongoing clinical trials
Performs other job related duties as required:
- Participate in Investigators Meeting and coordinate Study Initiation Visits
- Attend divisional/departmental/institutional educational and training seminars
- Contact local physicians to obtain source documentation and subject survival status
Mentor/Educate New Staff:
- Educate new staff regarding overview of clinical research, office policy and procedures, data submission, patient registration and specimen handling
- Bachelor's degree in sciences or related field
- Minimum of two years’ experience as a Clinical Research Coordinator, Study Coordinator, Data Manager, or similar role in clinical research
- Working knowledge Good Clinical Practice guidelines and Federal research regulations
- Demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills
- Oncology experience preferred
- Must be comfortable communicating clinical information to medical personnel
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