Reporting to the Clinical Manager, the Research Assistant will provide support to the research operations of the Valve Center, in the Division of Cardiology
Collect, compile and enter data into study specific case report forms or electronic data capture systems, and resolve data inquiries.
Ensure new patient and follow up visits are entered within pre-specified data entry windows.
Review and abstract data from medical records, including clinic, consultation, and referral notes for entry into research database.
Monitor team data entry goals with respect to timeliness and accuracy.
Candidate is required to check for data integrity and communicates all protocol-related issues to appropriate study personnel or manager.
Assist in creation of study specific tools for source documentation and data entry.
Maintain research records including subject lists and regulatory files.
Assist CIVT attendings with RASCAL protocols and IRB submissions.
Assist the database administrator, with generation of progress reports from database.
As a backup to other study personnel, the Research Assistant may provide additional research support including subject recruitment; scheduling sponsor monitoring visits, follow up visits and conduct follow up calls; generate and track drug shipments, device shipments and supplies as needed.
Perform additional related duties as assigned.
Requires a bachelor's degree and at least 1.5 years of related experience or equivalent in education, training and experience.
The candidate selected for this position is required to undergo a drug screening test prior to a final offer of employment being made.
Participation in the medical surveillance program.
Must successfully meet system training requirements.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 516185
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