Kerwin Research Center is looking for professionals to support the design, administration, and monitoring of clinical trials.
Depending on previous experience, you may serve as the primary point of contact for the administration and implementation of assigned clinical trials as directed by the Principal Investigator (PI), Head of Research Operations, and Lead Coordinators. Works closely with or may act as a Patient Recruiter.
We'd like to talk to you if you want to learn or have experience in:
recruiting, screening and enrolling research subjects
monitoring protocol implementation
analyzing and evaluating clinical data gathered during research. We need good people who can comply with the specific study protocols and regulatory requirements and ensure that all aspects of study conduct are delivered in accordance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
If you have experience already or want to expand your knowledge and gain experience in these areas, please contact us. We have several positions open with pay and job level depending on experience (DOE).
Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences or a medical field
Some clinical research project experience or desire to learn
Nursing or advanced degree
Two (2) years as a Clinical Research Coordinator
Must have or be working towards certification as a Clinical Research Professional
Additional Salary Information: Pay depends on previous experience. We offer paid time off, 100% employer paid employee-only coverage, retirement contributions and fun people to work with.
About KERWIN RESEARCH CENTER
DR. KERWIN AND HER TEAM AT KERWIN RESEARCH CENTER ARE DEDICATED TO IMPROVING TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR ALZHEIMER’S AND DEMENTIA PATIENTS.
We specialize in memory care research and recognize that every individual we treat contributes to the future of medicine and the scientific understanding of the brain. One day the need for such research will be behind us, but until that day comes, Kerwin Research Center will remain dedicated to the delivery of quality care, research excellence, and our commitment to treat all patients as family.