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The Clinical Research Coordinator will facilitate the planning, coordination, and implementation of investigator-initiated and industry- sponsored clinical research studies involving human subjects. The incumbent will have daily interaction with faculty, study staff, pharmaceutical sponsors, physicians, other health care personnel, and patients as a representative of an active and growing hematological malignancy research program and will be expected to create and maintain cross-functional working relationships with internal teams and external partners.
Under the supervision of the Clinical Trials Manager, this positon will manage a portfolio of interventional oncology clinical protocols and will be required to perform his/her responsibilities with a high level of independence within the scope of study protocol(s) and institutional guidelines.
This position requires a flexible work schedule. Stringent deadlines from pharmaceutical companies for protocol implementation and data collection may require overtime. Integrating required elements of research into complex patient schedules (e.g collecting and processing multiple blood specimens for pharmacokinetic sampling) may also require occasional overtime, including evenings.