1) Clinical Research Coordination (40%): - Contribute to study start-up activities, including site initiation visits, OnCore set-up, document template and flow sheet creation, study staff training and clinical in-services. - Patient recruitment, screening, consent, enrollment, and necessary registrations. - Perform study testing. - Perform study data collection and entry; collect enrollment and treatment data, using charts, correspondence, electronic medical records, and personal communications with other healthcare workers. - Perform protocol procedures and specimen collection and processing. - Coordinate/conduct quality control checks as related to study conduct. - Maintenance of subject research charts. - Coordinate study close-out activities.
2) Regulatory Compliance and Support (20%): - Responsible for the interpretation of, application of, and compliance with federal regulations, Good Clinical Practice (GCP), and University and Clinical Partner policies as they relate to assigned research protocols. -Under supervision of MnDRIVE and Psychiatry Regulatory Specialist, creates regulatory files for new studies; -Completes IRB and other required review committee applications on assigned protocols; -Drafts study-related subject informed consent form documents according to Sponsor and University requirements; -Drafts study-related correspondence, including preparing FDA submissions, for study PI; -Under supervision of MnDRIVE Regulatory Specialist, creates and maintains all required documents for assigned regulatory binders; -Assist PIs, Regulatory Specialist, Core Project Manager in preparation for audits/monitoring visits
3) Data Management (20%) -Responsible for data management, data collection, data entry, and appropriate data storage for multiple projects. -Creates REDCap databases and enters study data
4) Outreach activities (10%) -Plan and participate local and regional outreach activities aimed at promoting awareness of MnDRIVE research study portfolio
5) Other duties as assigned (10%)
Required Qualifications: -BA/BS with at least two (2) years of experience or a combination of related education and work experience to equal 6 years -Minimum of one (1) year experience in clinical research setting in an academic health center -Experience in the preparation of IRB applications -Working knowledge of regulations governing research activities (such as GCPs, FDA regulations and ICH guidelines -Demonstrated ability to initiate and process multiple projects simultaneously -Experience with Office Suite, Google Apps, and web-based systems for tracking activities, calendaring, and retrieving/updating information. -Possess excellent communication skills; verbal and written. -Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service to internal and external clients
Preferred Qualifications: -Certification as a clinical research professional with SoCRA or ACRP or willingness to obtain certification at time of eligibility. -EPIC experience -MATLAB experience -EEG/DBS/MEG/fMRI experience -Human psychophysics experience
Internal Number: 338665
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