The Clinical Research Coordinator Intermediate, Non-Licensed (CRC - NL) in the Robert M. Berne Cardiovascular Research Center will provide scientific input into the development of research studies and facilitate collaborative relationships with clinical investigators. The incumbent will work closely with the Human Phenotyping and Immune Cell Core and the Center for Interventional Cardiology to ensure the smooth operation of clinical and translational research through oversight and tracking of all studies, investigators, and ethical review board information, patient recruitment activity, appropriate processing and analysis of specimens, and financial management and will report directly to principal investigators. Once trained, the incumbent will be responsible for analyzing and interpreting data, which includes, but not limited to, coronary angiography, intravascular ultrasound, flow cytometry, and mass cytometry and manuscript preparation. He/she is also responsible for maintaining all clinical and basic science data within the MUSIC database. Must adhere to SOPs, GCP, and FDA regulations.
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Clinical Research Coordinators Intermediate, Non-Licensed, perform a full range of clinical research duties and have an advanced knowledge of the clinical research process and the regulations that govern it. They function under the Principal Investigator's medical license and cannot perform any tasks that by state or local law require a license to perform. They perform progressively more complex and comprehensive clinical research duties at an ever-increasing level of authority, working closely with the Principal Investigator. They work independently and have the authority to adapt methods and procedures to meet the needs of the clinical trial. They are focused on the long term goals of clinical research trial and process. They may direct, lead, or supervise the activities of others.
Internal Number: R0001328
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