The Clinical Research Coordinator for the Division of Digestive & Liver Diseases reports to the Clinical Research Manager and Principal Investigator (PI). The coordinator will assist with initiation and implementation of endoscopic and gastroenterology clinical research studies.
Identify and screen potential study participants.
Coordinate all aspects of study visits including scheduling visits and procedures.
Maintain detailed study files; process and ship laboratory specimens; and stock supplies.
Ensure completion of protocol requirements including data quality and integrity.
Monitor and report AE/SAE; complete paper and/or electronic case report forms.
Ensure compliance with research billing and process stipends for study participants.
Build and maintain research databases, Redcap etc.
Perform statistical analysis of research data.
Assist with maintenance of regulatory binders.
Prepare for monitoring visits, sponsor visits and audits.
Assist with submissions to IRB and other regulatory bodies.
Perform additional related duties and responsibilities as assigned/requested.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and experience, plus two years of related experience
Experience with building and maintaining research databases
Flexibility with schedules, which may require on-call availability and working after hours and weekends
Experience with statistical analysis and programs, SASS etc.
Participation in the medical surveillance program
Contact with patients and/or human research subjects
Potential bloodborne pathogen exposure
Successful completion of applicable compliance and systems training requirements
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 513089
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