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The Clinical Research Nurse will work collaboratively in the planning, coordination, and implementation of clinical research studies evaluating novel immunotherapies for cancer patients.
This individual will work under the supervision of Principal Investigators in the Program in Immunology and under the authority of attending physicians, and will be required to perform his/her responsibilities with a high level of independence within the scope of study protocol(s) and guidelines as well as work effectively as a team member.