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Clinical Research Coordinator II - Tisch Cancer Institute
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Clinical Research Coordinator II – Tisch Cancer Institute, 2421264
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) II
supports the research team in overall conduct of clinical trials using Good
Clinical Practice. The CRC II is able to function independently and
successfully manage a workload that includes studies of increased complexity.
The CRC II is responsible for the primary data collection and management of patient clinical information as it pertains to participation in clinical trials. Ensures timely collection of protocol related samples including shipment to outside entities as required. This individual obtains informed consent, collects, maintains and organizes study information including compilation, registration and submission of data, as required by the Sponsor. Attends clinic as needed to perform activities including, but not limited to: assist the research team with recruitment activities, administer questionnaires.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Collects and records study data. Inputs all information into database.
- Obtains informed consent under supervision of the investigator(s) and educates participants regarding study requirements.
- Assists in the activities related to clinical research studies including but not limited to: answering phone calls, screening participants for eligibility, registering subjects with sponsoring agency, administering lifestyle questionnaires.
- Maintains source documents and subject files in accordance with hospital procedures. Ensures accurate and complete compilation of subject data through chart reviews.
- Secures, delivers and ships clinical specimens as required by the protocol.
- Responsible for organizing and preparing for monitoring visits.
- Coordination and management of clinical trials including communication with Sponsors.
- Provides support to correctly and completely record AEs and serves as resource to CRCI staff.
- Performs other related duties.
- Education: Bachelor's degree in science or related field preferred, or a combination of relevant research experience and education.
- Experience: 2-4 years of research/human subjects experience.
- Excellent verbal, written & interpersonal skills.
- Knowledge of standard concepts, practices and procedures in directly related field.
- Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
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