the Research Coordinator in the Clinical Trials Unit assists and collaborates with the Principle Investigator (PI) and research collaborators to reach research goals. This position requires a degree of responsibility, flexibility, and independence to perform diverse duties including collecting, analyzing, and archiving data.
Prepare and submit Institutional Review Board (IRB) required materials, as well as prepare compliance and regulatory documentation for local, state, and federal agencies and any other pertinent entity.
Assist and perform duties under the direction of the Manager of Medical Program Operations. Support daily clinical trial and research study activities including:(a) participant recruitment and scheduling, (b) study procedure scheduling and coordination, (c) obtaining results and ensuring clinician review, and (d) documentation completion.
Communicate directly with research collaborators, study sponsor, and study vendors.
Manage research data in accordance with protocols established by sponsors and the Institute.
Attend study and research related meetings, conferences, and teleconferences.
Participate in research planning and development activities.
Support with data preparation, data entry, transfer, archiving, maintenance, and analysis as needed. Provide and communicate data-related study progress, issues, and problems to research collaborators.
Assist with general administrative work, including: processing subject reimbursements and incentives, inventory and ordering supplies, and organizing service billing.
Will work closely with the Manager of Medical Program Operations to develop and implement standard operating procedures.
Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in psychology, statistics, or neurosciences.
Requires at least two (2) years of research related work experience.
Internal Number: 6713
About Kennedy Krieger Institute
Located in Baltimore, MD., Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized institution dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with pediatric developmental disabilities and disorders of the brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal system, through patient care, special education, research, and professional training.