Clinical Research Coordinator III Positions

Clinical Research Coordinator III – Deep Brain Stimulation Therapies

The Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases at the University of Florida has an immediate opening for a dedicated Clinical Research Coordinator III to support the development of novel deep brain stimulation therapies. The Fixel Institute is an internationally recognized leader for developing innovative new therapies for patients with Tourette syndrome as well as other neurological and psychiatric disorders using a combination of computational research and human studies. The Clinical Research Coordinator III is responsible for managing and overall coordination of NIH funded protocols to test new therapies. This individual will be responsible for implementing good clinical practice guidelines and following federal guidelines and reporting requirements. Ensures that all regulatory requirements are responded to appropriately under strict deadlines. A compassionate and professional demeanor and ability to work with patients diagnosed with progressively disabling and/or terminal illnesses are essential.

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Clinical Research Coordinator III – Deep Brain Stimulation Therapies

The Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases at the University of Florida has an immediate opening for a dedicated Clinical Research Coordinator III to support the development of novel deep brain stimulation therapies. The Fixel Institute is an internationally recognized leader for developing innovative new therapies for patients with Tourette syndrome as well as other neurological and psychiatric disorders using a combination of computational research and human studies. The Clinical Research Coordinator III is responsible for managing and overall coordination of NIH funded protocols to test new therapies. This individual will be responsible for implementing good clinical practice guidelines and following federal guidelines and reporting requirements. Ensures that all regulatory requirements are responded to appropriately under strict deadlines. A compassionate and professional demeanor and ability to work with patients diagnosed with progressively disabling and/or terminal illnesses are essential.

For more information or to apply click here.