Research Pro 2 Coordinator
Company: University of Minnesota
Posted on: May 28, 2023
The Research Professional position exists to support clinical research trials within the Department of Surgery, Clinical Trials Office. Project include observational, data-driven outcomes research, as well as interventional research projects. Responsibilities include patient recruitment, screening, and consenting; data collection and abstraction from the electronic medical record (EMR); implementation of the study protocol; lab kit preparation and collection; and providing direction to student employees. All applicants will be required to complete a CITI training in biomedical research and Good Clinical Practice course, HIPAA training, and individual study training as required by the assigned projects.
This specific position is intended to support our long-term living kidney donor outcomes project in the Division of Transplantation.
Patient Screening, Recruitment, and Consent- 25%
-Determine subject eligibility, and maintain compliance with protocol eligibility requirements.
-Recruit potential subjects
-Participate in protecting the rights of the research subject via execution of informed consent and compliance with HIPAA requirements
-Obtain or confirm subject's consent to participate in research. Assess the subject's understanding of the research process, procedures and plan; implement and conduct subject and family education in response to identified needs.
Coordinate Participant Activities in Protocol- 25%
-Coordinate the implementation of the IRB approved protocol.
-Maintain accurate and complete study records and supplies.
-Collect, and ship specimens for research, laboratory, or clinical testing as required, often in repetitive and concise fashion to maintain integrity across all subject visits.
-Monitor subject responses to protocol defined treatments/interventions, and schedule required visits and tests.
-Evaluate laboratory and other findings to determine the presence of expected and unexpected subject reactions or outcomes
-Assess, troubleshoot, and report problems with data collection or other research processes.
-Under the supervision of the PI, report study/medical/test results for subjects and/or families and report significant findings to the appropriate study staff.
Collect & Abstract Data- 30%
-Abstract data from medical records and directly enter it into appropriate Research Database.
-Perform study data collection and entry; collect enrollment and treatment data, using charts, correspondence, electronic medical records, and personal communications with other healthcare workers.
-Complete and maintain essential source documentation, regulatory documents, and case-report forms (CRFs)
Communication and Training- 20%
-Coordinate communication between all individuals involved in the research studies (PI, co-PI, sponsor, monitor, clinical staff, other members of the research team, and student employees)
-Write routine correspondence for research projects including letters, memos, and instructional study forms
-Interact with study monitors, department, University, and clinical staff to successfully carry out study requirements.
-Provides ongoing and timely communication on the progress of the study to relevant parties
-Assists in the training of local staff on the protocol. This includes, but is not limited to: assisting in creation of training materials, delivering education to research and clinical staff, and continually re-educating during the active phase of the active phase of the research project.
-Train and instruct student employees on their assigned duties related to the donor project
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials
Working at the University
At the University of Minnesota, you'll find a flexible work environment and supportive colleagues who are interested in lifelong learning. We prioritize work-life balance, allowing you to invest in the future of your career and in your life outside of work.
The University also offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
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