Research Coordinator III - Research Data Coordinator
The Center for Cell and Gene Therapy is seeking a Research Coordinator III to join our clinical research team. The Research Coordinator III will be responsible for the day to day activities of oncology clinical trials at Houston Methodist Hospital. Primary responsibilities will be in managing and reporting of research data on sponsored and investigator-initiated studies.
- Collects, enters and analyzes data from clinical trials and ensures accuracy of data.
- Assists with the preparation of study audits, quality reviews and monitor visits.
- Completes case report forms in a timely manner as required by sponsors and investigators.
- Reviews medical records and transfers patient data into databases and sponsors’ electronic data systems.
- Communicates with research patients throughout the study and educates patients on study specific requirements.
- Collects, processes, stores and ships blood or biological specimens as indicated by study protocols.
- Performs patient assessments and quality of life surveys.
- Detailed knowledge of creating reports, resolving queries and reporting adverse events.
- Reviews study budgets and reconciles research charges in the EMR/Epic.
- Creates new study forms and order sets to assist in the implementation of new studies.
- Participates in planning meetings at the inception of new research projects.
- Assists nurses and other clinical staff with study related patient activities as in scheduling, consenting, screening eligibility and follow up visits.
- Effectively communicates with research manager, investigators, sponsors and study team and adheres to deadlines.
- Maintains accurate and up-to-date research flowsheets to include patient enrollment, follow up visits, study drug dosages, deviations and toxicities.
- Knowledgeable in managing research databases, spreadsheets and regulatory documents.
- Provides cross-coverage support on study activities as assigned.
- Assists with regulatory renewals and annual reports to the FDA and/or IRB.
- Inventories, monitors expiration dates and orders research lab supplies and sponsor kits, as needed.
- Bachelor's degree in a related field. Four years of related experience may substitute for degree requirement.
- Two years of relevant experience is required.
- Experience working with oncology sponsored studies.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.