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The Regulatory Coordinator works with faculty and staff in the Infectious Disease Sciences Program in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division to ensure all regulatory compliance measures are followed for clinical trials by coordinating regulatory submissions and monitoring as well as assisting with the resolution of compliance issues.
The Regulatory Coordinator works on the Infectious Disease Sciences Program’s IRB and Regulatory team reporting to the team manager/supervisor. The position is expected to work independently within a framework of established regulations and guidelines, and demonstrate initiative and sound judgment in problem solving, providing regulatory guidance and developing policies and procedures. This position has significant interactions with the PI(s), other team members, internal departments and external organizations and agencies.