The Clinical Research Coordinator B is responsible for oversight, execution, and regulatory compliance of human subject research carried out in the Movement Disorders Division of the Neurology Department. Clinical research projects will be designed to study access to care and quality of care in neurodegenerative diseases of late life. The Clinical Research Coordinator B will be recruiting patients as appropriate as outlined in research protocols, will coordinate all research visit activities for assigned projects, and will assist in the maintenance of research database in compliance with HIPAA regulations. They will also interact with physicians, outside physicians and community groups to recruit appropriate new patients for research projects.
The scope of this job includes coordinating the regulatory aspects of the program, oversight and management of clinical research . The Clinical Research Coordinator B will also be responsible for training new personnel who will be working on clinical trials within the division as well.
The coordinator must be detail oriented and have prior experience with IRB guidelines and policies and human subject research practices and appropriate professional skills in the execution of research protocols. The Clinical Research Coordinator will generate reports documenting the progress of individual research projects for internal and external use, such as developing patient and community education material and programs based on the research findings.
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