The Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine is hiring a Clinical Research Coordinator.
The Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all aspects of multiple clinical research studies. This involves: - Planning, organizing and implementing trials - Overseeing subject recruitment - Accompanying participants to and from the University of Pittsburgh CTRC - Performing comprehensive medical histories and physical examinations - Collecting and documenting data - Completing and submitting case report forms - Providing medical follow-up - Hosting monitor site visits and audits - Providing weekly reports at staff meetings and teleconferences
The incumbent will also be responsible for the following duties: - Providing educational lectures on osteoporosis in the community for the purposes of subject recruitment - Attending investigator meetings on behalf of the director - Overseeing the progress of the recruitment coordinator, research student and two regulatory writers who write and submit all applications, modifications, and annual progress reports to the Institutional Review Board, Clinical Translational Research Center, Investigational Drug Service, Fiscal Review Committee, and Radiation Safety Committee - Co-authoring abstracts and articles resulting from the coordination of investigator-initiated protocols
This person will be working in the community at Nursing Homes and Senior Living Facilities where they will interact with the staff, medical directors and family members/legal guardians for the residents.
Internal Number: 166503
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