Essential Functions: As a part of the department and an active clinical research center, this individual will be responsible for research study management; this includes but is not limited to the following tasks:Manage clinical data throughout course of study.Inventory control of all supplies including CRFS, lab kits, and investigational medication.Review protocols, and submit IRB submissions, progress, and closure reports (as needed).Schedule patients to meet protocol required visits.Dispense investigational medications to study subjects; maintain drug accountability records.Review medical records and gather information for source document and CRF; chart documentation.Demonstrate knowledge of steps to take if a study subject experiences an AE/SAE.Process laboratory specimens and send to appropriate laboratory; report abnormal values to appropriate investigator.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree.Comfortable with phlebotomy, nursing assessments, injections, and other medical skills.Experience with word processing (Microsoft word, Excel)
Internal Number: 76_207357
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