This position is for a clinical research coordinator who will participate in the execution of ongoing clinical studies in individuals with inborn errors of metabolism. Responsibilities include:
Assistance with the development of investigator-initiated clinical research protocols and REDCap databases
Development and submission of regulatory documents
Recruitment and scheduling of study subjects
Coordination and execution of the study protocol for each subject (IRB documentation and continuing reviews, protocol modifications, adverse event reports, etc.)
Management of national studey recrutment and communication efforts
Data entry into electronic databases
Bachelor's degree with major courses in field of research and 1 to 3 years of clinical research experience; OR Associate's/RN degree (2 yr) and 3 years of clinical research experience
3 years clinical research experience
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