November 23, 2022
Neuro-Memory and Aging
Full Time
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Under the supervision of a Clinical Research Supervisor or Principal Investigator (PI), the Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will perform entry-level duties related to the support and coordination of clinical studies, and may receive training and development to prepare and advance for journey-level work at the next level within the series.

The CRC may be responsible for the coordination of one or more single or multi-site, active or follow-up clinical research studies; help prepare protocols for study initiation; help design flow sheets, data forms and source documents; gather and interpret medical, surgical and laboratory data regarding clinical trial subjects; may apply understanding of inclusion/exclusion eligibility criteria for protocols; help recruit, enroll, register, schedule and retain study subjects; record protocol specific treatments and assure collection and shipment of samples; assist research personnel to keep patients on study schedules; complete study forms to submit to sponsors and/or appropriate agencies; collect, enter and clean data into study databases, maintaining data quality; assist with data analysis; assist with preparation of reports and tables; attend team meetings; and perform other duties as assigned.

The CRC will also be part of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s Community Outreach Program and the incumbent may be asked to work off-site some days, supporting the PI and CRS to successfully perform outreach in San Francisco and the Bay Area in order to diversify study population. Part of these outreach duties include, but will not be limited to assist in the organization of educational and health fairs and events; support efforts at forums and workshops on brain health and caregiving issues for older adults as well as families, younger adults and possibly teenagers, and may assist with creating community education materials as well as may assist with translations (from English to Spanish). This position might be required to work on some weekends (2-3 times per year) in order to attend certain community events.