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This clinical research coordinator B will manage the coordination of investigator initiated and industry sponsored Phase I-IV clinical trials of novel therapies or currently available therapies used in novel ways, as well as prospective observational studies. The duties include recruiting, screening and enrolling subjects, scheduling patient visits, blood draws. processing and shipping of blood and tissue, maintaining Sponsor documentation, completing case report forms, prepare and process all IRB documentation, attend investigator meetings, prepare single and multi site study budgets and work with collaborating institutions, adhere to all University of Pennsylvania, ICF and FDA guidelines.
A Bachelors Degree and 2 years to 4 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required. Must have effective communication, writing and problem solving skills. Must be flexible and able to multitask. Strong organizational and time management skills, and a demonstrated ability to work as part of a team as well as independently. Knowledge of IRB and human research protections regulations is strongly preferred.
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