Join our dynamic, growing clinical research team working on studies with global impact. SUNY Upstate Medical University Institute for Global Health and Translational Science is seeking a senior Research Coordinator with a minimum of 3-5 years of human subject clinical trials experience, across multiple phases of research. Experience in drug, vaccine and diagnostic trials preferred. Must be able to function effectively in a team atmosphere. Prior regulatory, budget and database experience required. SOCRA or ACRP Certification strongly preferred or will be expected to be attained.
We actively seek applications from women and members of underrepresented groups to contribute to the diversity of our University community in support of our missions. EOE/AA including Veterans and Disabled.
Link to posting for Job 60605 (note, HR uses the title Clinical Research Associate II (CRA II) but position is a senior Coordinator, NOT an Auditor / Monitor)
SUNY Upstate Medical University is an academic medical center that delivers patient-centered health care that addresses our region's most pressing concerns; educates health professionals through our four Colleges (Medicine, Nursing, Health Professions, and Graduate Studies); and conducts research that improves our understanding of health and disease. As a public university, our regional influence is broad, serving a large swath of central New York. We are a Level-I trauma center and safety-net system, caring for the most seriously ill and injured in the state. University Hospital is a NYS Designated Center for stroke, AIDS, trauma, burn, SAFE services and Poison Control. Our Diabetes Program is a NYS Center of Excellence and new Cancer Center is accredited by the ACOS CoC.
Biomedical research at Upstate spans molecules to model organisms to human populations, including foundational through translational through clinical studies. Our research support, facilities and expertise rival those of much larger institutions. And we are the partner university for the affiliated VA hospital in Syracuse, which is proximal to our research facilities with joint clinical and research programs....
The Upstate Institute for Global Health and Translational Science is a research unit focused on developing products for diseases of the developing world. It incorporates the efforts and programs of both basic science researchers and clinical investigators across the entire continuum of translational research. This Institute has partnerships with the Department of Defense, industry, academic institutions, and philanthropists; raises research funds; conducts novel research and develops new diagnostics, drugs, and vaccines (including first-in-human through Phase 4). We have focused much of our research efforts on epidemiology of disease, disease mapping and development of vaccines and diagnostics for diseases of greatest global importance including dengue, zika, rabies, malaria and RSV.