The Clinical Research Coordinator III in addition to the duties and responsibilities of a CRC II, the CRC III has added responsibilities which include assisting with the training of new staff, providing assistance with TACL protocol development, developing policies and procedures, and supporting regulatory submissions (e.g. IND applications and maintenance, MedWatch forms, IRB application and renewal, etc.).
The Clinical Research Nurse is a Registered Nurse (RN) who works collaboratively with physicians, Clinical Research Associates (CRA) and pharmacists to coordinate care for an assigned population of patients who are enrolled in to IRB clinical research trials.
Support clinical scientific discussions with regulatory agencies / notified bodies to drive support of the clinical and regulatory strategy, including proposed clinical investigations; review process of clinical evidence generated for marketing authorization, line extensions, etc, including during sponsor regulatory inspections.
The Clinical Research Coordinator II serves as clinical research project manager on several additional externally-funded research projects in Hematology Oncology. Contributes to design of research projects to meet proposal goals established by the PI and sponsor.
The Clinical Practice Coordinator (CPC) is an integral part of the Dignity Health Medical Foundation (DHMF) care team. The CPC performs the functions of assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating plans of care for attributed patients.
The Clinical Laboratory Scientist is responsible for performing moderately complex and complex laboratory tests, as defined by CLIA, in hematology, chemistry, urinalysis, microbiology, blood bank and serology.
The Clinical Research Nurse (CRN) is a registered nurse who shares responsibility with the principal investigators to ensure that clinical investigations are conducted in accordance with the requirements of all regulatory agencies.
This is a unique opportunity to play a critical role in the growth of new cutting edge technologies. As a Clinical Research Associate in Transcatheter Mitral & Tricuspid Therapies (TMTT), you will ensure trial patients' safety by assuring trials are conducted ethically and within regulatory compliance, data accuracy, and protocol adherence.
The Clinical Lab Scientist II serves as a lead technologist in the daily production of the HLA section, performing and interpreting test results. Provides technical support to staff. Knowledge of HLA methods and molecular testing preferred. Performs specific lead functions: Reviews and implements quality control and quality assurance activities, provides staff training.
The Clinical Research Assistant assists Principal Investigator with the development and implementation of Hospital Medicine/General Pediatric research activities conducted in the Division of Hospital Medicine including IRB applications, consenting families, implementing research, data analysis, grant preparation, professional presentations and preparation of manuscripts for publication. Identifies eligible subjects for research studies.