Part-time, Volunteer, Clinical Research Coordinator, Neurology
January 5, 2022
Wed., Nov. 24
The Columbia University Medical Center/Presbyterian Hospital Division of Neurocritical Care
The Columbia University Medical Center/Presbyterian Hospital Division of Neurocritical Care within the Department of Neurology is seeking a student to join their team as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), Variable Hours Officer (VHO).
Coordinating and conducting research protocols in a manner that ensures quality, consistency, timeliness, accuracy and patient safety.
Confirming qualified potential subjects for the clinical research study assigned as outlined in IRB approval protocols and performing study procedures; CRC will work with study physician on call (POC) to confirm subject eligibility. Upon confirmation CRC will come on-site (within 30 minutes of confirming) to assist in protocol specific procedures.
Following protocol specific time line and procedures for subjects who are active in a NeuroICU clinical research trial.
Becoming thoroughly familiar with the protocol, case report form, informed consent, source documentation, and study medication(s) for the assigned research study.
Working in conjunction with hospital clinical staff and communication with the treating teams.
Performing appropriate research protocol procedures which may include, but are not limited to: ensuring that all required physiological assessments and recordings are being completed/collected (i.e., vital signs, pregnancy tests, radiological tests, ECGs, etc); all study related specimen processing & storage, and acute stroke assessments.
Performing basic lab procedures, such as: specimen processing as per study protocol, centrifuge operation, storing of lab specimens, accountability of specimens.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience required, plus 2 years related experience.
Degree in a health-related field or some health related experience is a plus.
Health Sciences/Clinical/Research experience a plus.
Part-time, with 10 hours per week.