Multiple Myeloma Program Coordinator
Hyde Park Campus
About the Unit
On behalf of the Myeloma Director/Lead PI, the incumbent will act as a liaison between research collaborators including but not limited to pharmaceutical sponsors, sub-investigators and the Personalized Cancer Care Consortium (PCCC) to oversee the advancement of clinical trials from concept through publication.
The Multiple Myeloma Program Coordinator's responsibilities may include the following duties: transcribing and coding data; developing data collection instruments; presenting research findings at staff meetings, seminars, and scientific conferences; assisting with building databases; and recruiting and scheduling research subjects.
- Writing and submission of Letters of Intent and protocol concepts.
- Research and writing protocol proposals.
- Interfacing with pharmaceutical sponsors.
- Assist in recruiting study collaborators (sub-sites).
- Liaison to research consortiums during protocol development including PCCC, MMRC and Polish Myeloma Consortium (PMC).
- Collaborate with basic research team for collection and analysis of correlative research - Samples associated with clinical trials.
- Assist in securing and monitoring protocol funding.
- Data extraction and interim reporting.
- Synthesis and analysis of data outcome.
- Prepare study reports for oncology conferences and other publications including abstracts, poster and oral presentations, manuscripts and other scientific reports.
- Write and provide support for grant applications.
- Interfacing with members of the Myeloma team in the capacity of assisting the program director in coordinating the overall research activities.
- Ability to train others required.
- Knowledge in relevant scientific field required.
- Knowledge of research techniques or methods required.
- Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures required.
- Analytical skills required.
- Problem-solving skills required.
- Attention to detail required.
- Organizational skills required.
- Verbal and written communication skills required.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team required.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office required.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor's degree in a field relevant to the research being conducted required.
- Advanced degree in a field relevant to the research being conducted preferred.
- One year of relevant research experience required.
- Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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Scheduled Weekly Hours
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