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The Kidney Research Institute has an excellent opportunity for a Research Coordinator to provide lead support for multi-funded and multi-site clinical research studies involving humans subjects with kidney disease and related conditions. This position entails working directly with KRI investigators on a wide range of scientific projects related to kidney disease. The Research Coordinator position requires knowledge of FDA, IRB, and local regulations related to the conduct of research studies. In addition, this position requires the ability to interact and care for patients with chronic illnesses.
Specific duties include:
Patient enrollment including identification, screening and consent of subjects
Ensure protocol compliance by managing patient appointments and coordinating with patient’s clinical providers (e.g. physicians, physician assistants, and nurses) to collect reliable and accurate data.
Ensure patient safety while participating in clinical trials by monitoring patients and interacting closely with patient’s clinical providers.
Collect and record clinical data from a combination of electronic medical record systems review, and participant study visits and physician interviews
Manage research subject participation including consenting, oversee study-related procedures and databases, input data, design source documentation and review outcome and adverse event patterns.
Develop and implement study proposals and protocols for regulatory review and approval by institutional review boards, internal and external safety committees such as Radiation Safety Committee, as well as the FDA.
Study data entry and quality assurance for all collected data
Write new research study applications, status reports, modifications, adverse event reports, as well as write, analyze and submit safety data for regulatory review and formal data safety monitoring panels including recommendations for action. Perform other related duties as required
Biospecimen collection, processing, handling and storage
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
Bachelor’s degree in sciences, social sciences, or related field and one year of related experience.
Prior experience working in an academic research institute or center.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
Proficiency with research methodology
Understanding of clinical trial conduct including completion of research subject visits, data collection, and state/national regulatory requirements
Familiarity with Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
Proficiency with medical terminology
Prior experience working with Kidney Disease and related conditions.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
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