CLIN RSCH CRD

December 4, 2020
Neuro-Memory and Aging
Full Time
Req Number: 
56980BR
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will perform independently or with general direction at the fully operational journey level of the series to execute, manage, and coordinate research protocols, as directed by the Clinical Research Supervisor and/or Principal Investigator (PI); may coordinate the data collection and operations of several concurrent clinical research studies under the guidelines of research protocols, UCSF and regulating agency policies.
 
As a member of Dr. Gil Rabinovici’s Lab within the Memory and Aging Center (MAC), this position serves to be a liaison between research participants, investigators, and staff members to carry out study functions under the direction of the Principal Investigator(s).
 
The CRC’s duties may include but will not be limited to supporting the management and coordinating the tasks of single or multiple clinical research studies, depending on their size and complexity. The candidate will be responsible for coordinating a wide range of staff members’ schedules to enroll participants, schedule study visits, conduct neuropsychological tests, run MRI scans, collect and track biospecimen samples, present data requests, organize periodic operational meetings, collaborate with sub-projects, and lead the training of Assistant CRCs. In addition, there will be in depth knowledge of daily functions and the ability to answer study inquiries (in-person, phone, email, etc.) as they arise.
 
With time and experience, the CRC may expand their knowledge base and may evolve to manage Investigator’s protocols in the Committee on Human Research (CHR) online system, as well as renewals and modifications of protocol applications and the implementation of new studies; participate in the review and writing of protocols to ensure institutional review board approval within University compliance; help assure compliance with all relevant regulatory agencies; oversee study data integrity; implement and maintain periodic quality control procedures; interface with departments to obtain UCSF approval prior to study initiation; maintain all regulatory documents; report study progress to investigators; participate in any internal and external audits or reviews of study protocols.