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Clinical Subjects Coordinator within the Congenital Heart Center, performing various routine or special chemical, DNA or RNA molecular tests. Receive, process, store and distribute biological samples for a multitude of PHN (Pediatric Heart Network) Studies and SDYR (Sudden Death in the Young Registry). Interact with trial sites and study sponsors to facilitate sample collection and testing from each site.
Process and store biological samples (clinical and non-clinical). Perform nucleic acid isolation, quantification, gel electrophoresis, PCR, etc.
Distribute sample aliquots to other laboratories for clinical and specialized testing.
Create and maintain biorepository sample storage/management and freezer inventory storage for a multitude of studies to adhere to best practices and regulatory requirements.
Develop systems and design computer database for data analysis, data management, and data collection.
Complete data collection and data entry.
Assess project issues and develop resolutions to improve quality controls.
Schedule and maintain equipment and laboratory records and provide laboratory maintenance and accurate record keeping of equipment and reagents to comply with CAP and CLIA regulations. Comply with TempTrak requirements and keep up to date records.
Management of multiple clinical research studies within the biorepository, including many multicenter collaborative studies. Work alongside Data Coordinating Centers and participating sites to create study documents including protocols and manuals, training documentation and biorepository data collection forms. Assist with training sites, prepare presentations, and provide feedback throughout study.
Oversight in day to day operations of project to conduct research projects and data collection/analysis according to plan; Includes leadership of biorepository activities and oversight of projects and personnel.
Assist with developing and designing relevant Biorepository chapters in study manuals and protocols.
Maintain accurate and detailed records, ensuring compliance with study protocol.
Perform complex data queries from databases.
Produce and distribute shipping kits.
Provide educational training, communication and guidance to sites and provide monthly updates to external study teams.
Manage work assignments by organizing, prioritizing and independently making decisions to complete tasks while meeting deadlines.
Perform financial management activities including monitoring of project expenditures to ensure adherence to budgets.
Prepare and participate in internal and external audits.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of science related to the lab
Hands on experience with Nucleic Acid isolation, quantification, gel electrophoresis, and PCR and/or qPCR
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to work independently and as a member of our team
Excellent attendance, ability to prioritize and exercise good judgement
Excellent data management skills
One to two years of laboratory experience
Familiarity with University administration, policies and procedures
Working knowledge of molecular biology
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