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The Clinical Research Center APP oversees the daily operations and research activities conducted within a dedicated clinical trials unit at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The research activities include, but is not limited to, administration of FDA-regulated investigational products to trial participants.
The APP is responsible for developing, maintaining and implementing the unit’s standard operating procedures (SOPs), and ensuring all staff are trained and working according to SOPs and in accordance with all federal, state and local requirements. The Manager oversees and performs as needed, medical procedures that require Physician Assistant or other Midlevel clinical degree in medical practice. The APP works under the guidance of the Medical Director and reports directly to the Clinical Research Center Director of Operations. The APP supervises a Medical Assistant.