Clinical Research Coordinator II Positions

Neuromuscular Research

The Department of Neurology, Division of Neuromuscular is seeking candidates with at least two years of human subject research for a Clinical Research Coordinator II position. The Clinical Research Coordinator II is responsible for the daily operations of clinical trial studies run by the Neuromuscular Division.

Responsible for all regulatory operations of clinical trials run by the Neuromuscular Division as well as assisting with the other research studies as needed. Ensures all required regulatory documentation is completed and submitted as appropriate for all research/clinical trial activity which includes, but is not limited to, new submissions, continuing reviews, and revisions through the University of Florida Health Professions IRB and a central IRB. Interprets research client care, treatment, administrative rules and policies and for recommending new and improved programs to effectively manage research client care and treatment administration.

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Clinical Genomics Studies

The Department of Neurology is seeking candidates for a Clinical Research Coordinator II position to work on biobanking initiatives and coordinate ongoing clinical genomics studies. The coordinator in this role collaborates with neurologists, nurses, genetic counselors, study coordinators and other key personnel to ensure satisfactory care for patient care and compliance with IRB-approved study protocols. This position is responsible for educating patients and family members about ongoing research studies, enrolling participants, and guiding them through the informed consent process. Candidates must be personable with great verbal and written communication skills. This is a fantastic opportunity for medical sciences graduates looking to further their careers in the biomedical field or those who are passionate about the genetics of neurological disease.

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