Clinical Research Job Posting at Yale School of Medicine (New Haven, CT)

Clinical Research and database skills?

Are you considering a career in medicine or patient-oriented research and wish to share your research and database management skills? Come learn more about opportunities in the section of Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology at the Yale School of Medicine. The Yale Scleroderma Program, a newly established clinical and translational research program, is seeking a bright, detail-oriented, motivated, full-time clinical research assistant with a can-do attitude who enjoys working with patients and data.

You’ll have the opportunity to:

  1. Work with OnCore, the university’s Clinical Trials Management System, to develop and maintain study participant and biospecimen tracking
  2. Build study specifications for electronic case report forms (eCRFs) in REDCap for clinical data collection
  3. Organize, enter, and monitor information for effective data management in OnCore, REDCap and other electronic data capture systems for clinical trials
  4. Register and manage data from study participants throughout the lifecycle of clinical studies
  5. Collect, process, track/store and ship biospecimens
  6. Work in collaboration with researchers to assist in designing the initial project scope, requirements, and measurable outcomes for patient-focused research 
  7. Edit research protocols, informed consent forms and budgets and work with the Office of Sponsored Projects, Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, and Yale’s Institutional Review Board to receive approval for clinical studies
  8. Consent study participants and coordinate research study visits for sample and data collection
  9. Develop end-user documentation and training for investigators, coordinators, and other data managers
  10. Help define tracking reports to monitor data quality

Ideal candidates will have a background in the biological sciences and may begin Fall 2020

To speak to the principal investigator, Monique Hinchcliff, MD MS,

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