CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR (CRC)
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-ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES- Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford Cancer Institute,
Cancer Clinical Trials Office (CCTO)

CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR (CRC):

The CRC coordinates management of assigned studies and woks with with specified faculty members at the Cancer Institute who conduct investigator initiated, industry sponsored, or cooperative group studies sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. The CRC is responsible for overall management and implementation of assigned clinical research protocols in assuring compliance, efficiency, and the safety and well being of trial participants. Responsibilities include the recruitment, screening and enrollment of study participants, including the informed consent process; assistance in scheduling diagnostic and research evaluation visits; interaction with patients and tracking adherence to protocol-specific therapy; performing study-related assessments including collection of tissue samples, processing and shipment; and managing study data. Data management will include retrieving data; reporting, preparing and maintaining of files and Case Report Forms; and entering study-related data in databases. The CRC will oversee patient compliance to study protocols, obtain information regarding adverse events, and document and report findings to the principal investigator and regulatory authorities. The coordinator will be responsible for co-developing study budgets, verifying billing statements and invoices, and working with Stanford staff and the study sponsors for timely reimbursements.

Qualifications: This position requires a four-year college degree in social science or related area; 3 or more years of experience managing clinical trials or a combination of graduate level education and managing clinical trials, and ideally has worked on cancer trials. Knowledge of FDA regulations, IRB requirements, and Good Clinical Practice is required.

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