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The Lonnie and Muhammad Ali Movement Disorder Center is searching for an experienced clinical research coordinator to fill our Clinical Research Specialist position.
The position is responsible for the conduct of clinical research studies under the oversight of the principal investigator.
Responsibilities will include recruiting, maintaining study logs, conducting informed consent discussions, scheduling and completing study visits per protocol and completing required visit documentation.
The Clinical Research Specialist will be the primary liaison with study sponsors through the conduct of the study.
Previous experience with Parkinson’s disease studies is preferred. The ability to multi-task and remain organized in a high volume clinical trial setting is required. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of human research policies, regulations, procedures and standards as according to HIPAA, IRB, FDA, ICH, and GCP guidelines is required. Coordinates and schedules subject study visits to ensure adequate supplies, procedures and investigator availability Provides study specific, individualized education to study subjects and families. Ensures all appropriate subject consents are obtained. Collects and processes protocol required specimens.
Acts as a liaison between Sponsor, Investigator, and Study Subject Collects all required study data and completes CRFs in a timely, accurate manner. Ensures study documents are maintained in compliance with applicable regulations, guidelines, and policies (i.e. FDA, OHRP, IRB). Collaborates with Investigator to identify adverse events/ serious adverse events to ensure study subject safety and accurate and timely reporting.
Ensures appropriate internal and external customer service by demonstrating professional interactions with Sponsor, study monitors, and other departments. Complies with all regulatory and policy requirements. Demonstrates knowledge of federal and state regulations, guidelines, and policies governing the conduct of clinical trials.
Minimum 2 years related experience required.
Competent in computer skills including the Microsoft Office products required.
Associates degree in related field or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/ or job-related experience in lieu of degree required.
Three (3) years clinical research experience preferred
Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred.
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