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Study Coordinator Cancer Clinical Trials

Stony Brook Cancer Center

April 20, 2021
Suffolk County, Long island NY

Study Coordinator - Cancer Clinical Trials
Posting- 2100554
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Position Summary
At Stony Brook Medicine, a Study Coordinator is a valuable member of our team, who provides administrative support and has the ability to interface with all levels of management throughout the hospital. Qualified candidates will demonstrate superior patient care and possess outstanding communication skills while adhering to our high standard of excellence.
Duties may include the following but are not limited to:
Recruit and enroll research subjects and schedule patients.
• Attend Tumor Board conferences, participate in hospital rounds and staff meetings and review surgical and pathology reports of cancer patients for protocol candidates.
• Review present protocol patients on therapy to assure toxicity and response to treatment.
• Follow and maintain records on protocol patients for the duration of the study
• Coordinate multiple Oncology Cancer Clinical Trials from inception to closure under the direction of Principal Investigator/Cancer Clinical Trials Administrative Director.
o Includes screening, eligibility, data collection, adverse event reporting, completion of CRF's and all regulatory requirements per protocol.
• Plan and coordinate industry-sponsored, cooperative group and investigator initiated clinical research projects including meeting with industry representatives, contract coordination and budget negotiation. Acts as a resource between outside sponsors, industries and SUNY.
• Draft informed consent forms, assent forms, and other documentation for submission to the IRB.
• Patient/Staff Education – Educate patients and families as well as oncology staff on the research process and investigational cancer drugs.
• All other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or, in lieu of the degree, a combination of directly related education and experience totaling four years may be considered. Three years of related full-time experience in a clinical/healthcare setting to include working on clinical trials with proficiency in screening and enrolling research subjects, data collection, and adverse event reporting. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Knowledge of medical terminology. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience with coordinating multiple clinical trials, preferably in Oncology, and an understanding of the IRB/regulatory process. IRB training experience.