Columbia University Clinical Research Coordinator - Digestive & Liver Diseases in New York, New York
Requisition no: 519514
Work Type: Full Time
Location: Campus|Medical Center
Categories: Research (Lab and Non-Lab)
Job Type: Officer of Administration
Bargaining Unit: n/a
End Date if Temporary: n/a
Hours Per Week: 35
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
Under the direction of the director of the Esophageal Disease Research Group and Clinical Research Manager, the clinical research coordinator will support all aspects of research within the team including grants preparation, publication submissions, IRB protocol management, and data management, The coordinator will support NIH and foundation-funded studies with our Esophageal Disease Research Group and assist with industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Assist with and coordinate grant preparation and submissions.
Organize, prepare, and obtain relevant required documents and assist with non-technical writing.
Assist with initiation and implementation of clinical research studies.
Responsible for patient/subject screening and recruitment: obtain consent, perform data collection, administer questionnaires, and handle saliva and tissue samples.
Maintain all study related records (paper and electronic) and stock supplies
Perform medical chart extraction according to standard medical history.
Maintain detailed study files, ensure completion of protocol requirements, data quality and integrity.
Process and ship laboratory specimens.
Prepare for monitoring visits, sponsor visits and audits.
Ensure compliance with research billing and process stipends for subjects.
Assist with submissions to IRB and other regulatory bodies.
Assist with maintenance of regulatory binders.
Perform additional related duties as needed.
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus three years related experience
Experience with NIH grant submission Must be highly organized
Proactive and independent with excellent problem-solving skills
Ability to establish priorities and a course of action for managing several activities at once while observing deadlines
Excellent interpersonal communication
- Computer graphics/medical illustration skills
Participation in the medical surveillance program
Contact with patients and/or human research subjects
Potential bloodborne pathogen exposure
Success completion of applicable compliance and systems training requirements
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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