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Clinical Research Support (CRS) serves as the central clinical trials office for the Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium. CRS is responsible for providing guidance and oversight to all Cancer Consortium study teams through the development of policies and procedures, monitoring and auditing, and training. Under the direction of the CRS Training Program Manager, this role will provide support in the ongoing development of a comprehensive training program for clinical research staff and faculty.
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