Rockefeller University Clinical Research Coordinator in New York, New York
The Rockefeller University Hospital is funded by the National Institutes of Health and has 20 patient beds for clinical research. The Hospital provides researchers with an opportunity to conduct clinical studies, and offers both normal volunteers and people with diseases under study the opportunity to stay in the hospital and help to contribute to important advances in science. The Hospital has an inpatient unit as well as an outpatient center where prospective patients are screened and many outpatient studies are conducted. The Hospital is staffed 24 hours a day with professional nurses and has nutritional research, social work, art and recreation departments, and a radiology suite as well as its own research pharmacy. Our staff hospitalist and on-call physicians provide additional medical support to the clinical research teams. For more information, please see the hospital web site at: http://www.rucares.org/
The Clinical Research Coordinator will lead investigative teams through the Translational Navigation Program which is the development of investigator-initiated protocols from concept through IRB approval, protocol implementation, and study conduct until study closure. Will teach investigators how to lead their study teams incorporating the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Human Subjects Protection regulations and guide them to conduct their studies independently.
Bachelor's degree in nursing or a related field and CCRC certification required. Must have a minimum of two years of clinical research coordination experience with drug trials. Must be highly proficient in all computer skills and technology, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and excellent organizational skills. Must be flexible and able to multitask to meet a diverse set of investigator needs.
Job Title: Clinical Research Coordinator
Laboratory / Department: Hospital Program Direction
The Rockefeller University is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans