Perform bench research, sample collection and data management.
Coordinate research projects or clinical trials, including screening medical records to determine trial eligibility, coordinating patient visits.
Lead research within section and assist with project design.
Track, handle and document specimen sample storage.
Perform experiments and present work at scientific meetings and lead manuscript writing.
Guide data collection, evaluation and analysis.
Design and manage databases, including Redcap.
Ensure Standard Operating Procedures are implemented and documented in accordance with regulatory specifications for clinical trials.
Maintain section accounts and submit invoices.
Plan new procedures, adapt existing procedures and make significant contributions to methodology.
Mentor and review work of junior staff.
Education and Experience:
Bachelorâ™s degree in Biology or Chemistry or related field required Â
Five years of progressive experience in the job offered or in clinical lab research required
Five years of experience with screening medical records to determine trial eligibility; coordinating patient visits; specimen handling and documentation; data collection and analysis; clinical trial research and documentation; design redcap database required
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