Clinical Research Coordinator III, PHS
Tulane University New Orleans, LA Full-time Research
Posted on February 13, 2024
Precision Health Study (PHS) is a meal-challenge study, with a focus on the dietary glycemic index of carbohydrates. The study lasts around 10 days, including a 7-day usual diet & lifestyle tracking period and a 3-day meal-challenging period. Participants will be recruited in the New Orleans Metropolitan area, via multiple advertisement medium options, which include, but are not limited to: Local newspapers, television, direct mail, and community outreach.
The primary responsibility of the Clinical Research Coordinator III is to manage all aspects of conducting clinical trials and other epidemiological studies, with minimal supervision. The Clinical Research Coordinator III is required to have an in-depth knowledge of protocol requirements and good clinical practices as set forth by federal regulations. As the primary resource for the protocol, the Clinical Research Coordinator III acts as a liaison between the patient, investigator, collaborators, Institutional Review Board, and sponsor. The Clinical Research Coordinator III also serves as a resource for other staff members. The Clinical Research Coordinator III recruits, screens, enrolls and follows study patients, and perform the associated data collection, entry, and quality control activities, ensuring protocol compliance and close patient monitoring, and works independently in designing, coordinating, and implementing all assigned research projects. The Clinical Research Coordinator III is responsible for all data and source documentation, adverse event reporting and maintenance of complete regulatory files. The Clinical Research Coordinator III may also perform simple procedures (ECGs, vital signs, etc.), as well as laboratory processing, as called for by the study protocol(s).