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The Data Manager has the responsibility of managing the data of clinical trials and ensures that data collection is accurate. Duties include but are not limited to:
Collect and organizes research data in paper charts for sponsors, institutional and cooperative studies.
Accurately captures data in appropriate format in electronic or paper Case Report Forms (CRFs) within the expected time frame.
Ensures query resolution and/or data clarifications forms in a timely manner.
Request radiology images and upload the images into the imaging platforms.
Schedule the monitor visits and audits and organize the data in preparation for monitor visits and audits.
Participate in site initiation visits.
Interacts with Pharmaceutical sponsors, Auditors, Study Monitor, Physicians and Study Coordinators.
Collaborate closely with study coordinators to maintain protocol integrity in preparation for sponsor or FDA Audits.
Provide support to study coordinators and lab technician in preparation of research kits.
Provide support to study coordinators on requesting and submitting pathology
Performs all duties in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and Georgetown University medical Center's philosophy, policies, procedures and standards, and Human Subject Protection compliance adhering to patient confidentiality.
Performs all duties in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. Adheres to Georgetown University Medical Center's philosophy, policies and procedures.
Compliance with Human Subject Protection, patient confidentiality HIPAA and GCP.
Bachelor's Degree in Biology or Science related field
1 year of related experience in clinical research OR advanced degree in Biology or Science related field
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Internal Number: JR05961
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