Research Assistant II, Huntingtons Disease Care Education and Research Center Georgetown University Medical Center
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Research Assistant II, Huntington's Disease Care Education and Research Center - Georgetown University Medical Center
Georgetown's Huntington's Disease Care, Education, and Research Center uses a multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of patients and their families. Consistent with Georgetown University Medical Center's devotion to cura personalis - cure of the whole person, the HDCERC aims towards cura familia - care of the whole family. Our services and support encompass family members and caregivers.
The Research AssistantII assists with clinical trial implementation, clinic scheduling and operations, and with clinical trials. Reporting to the Program Manager, the Research Assistant II has duties that include but are not limited to:
Support for Trials and Studies
Conduct regular visits for clinical trials
Perform data entry and queries for all studies
Assist with regulatory management for all studies including modifications and study sponsor initiated amendments
Assist with tasks related to patient follow-ups
Assist with keeping all study binders up to date
Assist in ordering supplies for studies as needed
Coordination and Program Support
Schedule meetings, clinics, and pre-clinic calls
Coordinate with Neurology staff and Social Worker to schedule rooms, as well as for clinics and other visits to ensure all patients are in the system prior to visits
Provide overall clinic support - to include navigating where patients and teams need to be during the clinic and keeping team up to date as things change throughout the day
Assist with keeping patient charts up to date and with scanning in hard documents to the EMR
Maintain updated master list to track all studies and their tasks
Assist with Outreach project to local LTC facilities and community doctors
Assist with Education days and series
Assist with Newsletters or updates to go out to HD Center patients or other professionals
Assist with HD Resource Guide, completion and updates as needed
Update the HDCERC website
Provide administrative support for Director of the Center, Program Manager, and Social Worker.
Find and edit references in publications
Assist with creating and editing posters
Experience conducting structured interviews
Data entry skills experience
Knowledgeable about good clinical practice with human subjects research
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