Responsible for overall management of the clinical trials portfolio and clinical research activities within the Taube research laboratory. Responsible for developing and implementing effective data management and regulatory procedures, and ensuring research staff are properly trained.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Manage the administrative and scientific implementation of research protocol for complex research studies, using independent decision-making, critical thinking and analysis skills.
Act as liaison with pharmaceutical sponsors of clinical trials and act as main point of contact for individual projects.
Function as Project Manager for pathology review(s) as part of clinical trial protocols, including supervising study-related activities, developing SOPs, and training several pathologists on study protocol and ensuring that faculty are up to date with any required competencies and/or training certifications.
Responsible for the recruitment, training and supervision of research personnel.
Manage the work of exempt level research staff, provide training, assign and review tasks, conduct performance appraisals, discipline/coach/counsel as appropriate.
Prepare and submit grant proposals to include National Institutes of Health grants.
Responsible for grant administration and regulatory compliance.
Prepare and update study protocols and reports for the Institutional Review Board and sponsors.
Build, manage and maintain databases, supervise data collection of clinical trial, and conduct statistical analysis of clinical data.
Responsible for requesting specimen for Taube Lab projects and for BKI principal investigators.
Collaborate with principal investigators in the Department of Dermatology, Oncology, and Bloomberg~Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy to develop and write clinical trial protocols.
Interface with pathologists and clinicians at JHH and at outside institutions as liaison regarding clinical scenarios of specimens studied in Taube Lab.
Conduct retrospective chart review, interpret and analyze charts as appropriate.
Develop new retrospective studies to analyze tumor microenvironment in various malignancies.
Contribute to writing and submission of manuscripts.
Participate in weekly Melanoma Tumor Board meetings and monthly Melanoma Research Program meetings.
Supervise space allocation within the designated work area.
Performs miscellaneous related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline required.
Five (5) years of related experience required.
Proficient in the use of software applications, databases, spreadsheets and word processing.
Additional education (graduate level) may substitute for required experience to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
JHU Equivalency Formula: 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.
Master’s degree in a related discipline and/or a Certification as a Clinical Research Professional preferred.
Classified title: Sr. Research Program Coordinator II
Working title: Sr. Research Program Coordinator II
Role/Level/Range: ACRP 37.5/E/04/MC
Starting Salary Range: $45,195 - $62,225 (commensurate with experience)
Employee group: Full time
Employee Status: Exempt
Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30-5p 37.5hrs/Wk
Location: East Baltimore – 600 N Wolfe St. – 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus
Department name: 10002833-SOM - Der Research Division - Dermatology
Personnel area: SOM - School of Medicine
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