The Sr. Clinical Research Coordinator will be responsible for activation and oversight of single and multicenter clinical trials conducted by the Druker lab at the Center of Hematologic Malignancies (CHM) within OHSU\u2019s Knight Cancer Institute. This includes, but is not limited to: development and implementation of multicenter study investigator initiated trials (IITs) and oversight of OHSU-led research including regulatory management, operations, and data management.
The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge and experience with the clinical research process. They will work to direct a clinical research study team stationed in the department of Hematologic Malignancies and will oversee aspects of protocol development, compliance, budgets, data collection and oversight of any new clinical trial(s) that are based upon clinical research stemming from the research based out of the department of Hematologic Malignancies laboratories.
This position will be embedded in the Druker/Tyner labs and will report to the study Principal Investigator as well as the Scientific Director of the Druker lab. This position will also interact closely with members in the Center for Hematologic Malignancies (CHM), Clinical Research Quality Assurance (CRQA), IRB, Data Safety and Monitoring Committee (DSMC), Clinical Trials Office (CTO), Biostats and Tech Transfer Business Development (TTBD) to develop and execute IITs.
This position will have and maintain in-depth knowledge of FDA and other agency guidelines that govern clinical research. Additional responsibilities may include protocol development, IND reporting, and SOP writing. Participates in training and ongoing guidance of less experienced team members.
Position will be filled at either the Senior Research Assistant or Research Associate level, depending on years of experience.
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