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A team of researchers in the Department of Pediatric Genetics are in search for a self-motivated, highly-organized person to work under the supervision of the Principal Investigator and Research Program Manager on rare disease clinical research studies, including clinical drug trials. The Study Coordinator be responsible for management and coordination of participant recruitment, consenting, and data collection of all study activities and procedures.
Work with Principal Investigator (PI) and study team to oversee the daily activities and needs of the clinical trials.
Coordinate data collection, analysis and cleaning, performing regular audits to ensure that the data collected are complete and accurate, and that the research is being conducted as outlined in the protocol.
Coordinate subject visits, tests and procedures with study partners, manage and facilitate visit schedules and workflows.
Maintain oversight of subject charts, databases, reimbursements.
Ensure that adverse events and protocol deviations are reported to study team and Principal Investigator.
Coordinate monitoring visits, provide follow-up to monitors and research team.
Manage the collection of data from importable and exportable formats for rapid dissemination to PIs and sponsors.
Develop appropriate baseline analyses and reports for the PI, study funding agency and the IRB.
Facilitate the preparation of conference abstracts, oral presentations, and poster presentations, and participate in the development of manuscripts for publication.
Represent the study at internal and external academic meetings and community events. Act as a liaison to project partners to discuss new procedures that could be implemented.