Founded in 1959, The Division of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant at Columbia Children's Health, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital- New York Presbyterian (MSCHONY) is one of the oldest and most comprehensive centers in the country focused on treating children with cancer and blood disorders. CHONY has 202 inpatient pediatric beds, including a 54-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and 10 operating rooms. Our division is currently composed of 23 full-time faculty, 5 research RN/NP, 8 clinical research associates, and 2 regulatory specialists and includes an ACGME-accredited Fellowship Program. The division plays active roles in the Children's Oncology Group (COG), Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and National Experimental Therapeutics Consortium (Head Start), Therapeutic Advances for Childhood Leukemia (TACL) and Genomic Analysis Informs Novel/ Individualized Cancer Therapy (GAIN/ iCAT) consortia. Embedded within the division are the "PIPseq" (Precision in Pediatrics through Sequencing) precision oncology and the Pediatric Cancer Foundation Developmental Therapeutics (PCFDTP) Programs. Columbia serves as the hub for a city-wide effort to provide whole exome sequencing to all children with cancer and is the only National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated COG Phase I center serving the New York, Northern New Jersey and Connecticut tri-state region with a population in excess of 20 million.
The Section of Stem Cell Transplantation(SCT) at Columbia University Medical Center is recruiting for the position of a Clinical Research Coordinator. The employee will be a Columbia Officer and work within the Division of Hematology, Oncology and SCT. The section of SCT has a cadre of Phase 1 and 2 trials, investigator initiated studies, and industry sponsored studies. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will be assigned to the industry sponsored studies. The CRC will work with investigators, study staff, Scientific Review Committee (SRC) and institutional review boards (IRB), clinical trial sponsors and federal regulatory agencies to assure compliance with study protocols, data documentation, reporting requirements, ensure that regulatory requirements for clinical trials are met. The CRC will work under the supervision of the Section Head of SCT and the Divisional Administrator.
Assists the PI in development of materials and tools necessary to appropriately train individuals involved in the conduct of the study around issues related to (but not limited to) protocol requirements, schedule of visits, execution of research plan. Maintains documentation of training.
Assists Principal Investigator to assure that all key personnel or persons 'engaged' in the research project have met training requirements in accordance with federal regulations and university and sponsoring agency policies and procedures.
Cooperates with university compliance and monitoring efforts related to sponsored program administration and reports instances of noncompliance to the appropriate compliance office. Coordinates and facilitates monitoring and auditing visits. Notifies appropriate institutional officials of external audits by FDA and sponsors.
Collaborates with PI and institution to respond to any audit findings and implement approved recommendations.
Cooperates with university and sponsoring agency compliance and monitoring efforts related to human research participant protection and reports instances of noncompliance to the appropriate compliance office.
Establish and maintain regular communication with study team, study sponsor, and applicable regulatory agencies to ensure all required information is communicated.
Serve as facilitator for study team and sponsor with regard to study status information, safety issues, upcoming protocol amendments and consent changes and applicable protocol training.
Prepares and submits all protocol applications, amendments, continuing reviews, and informed consent documents for SRC and IRB review and approval.
Prepares and submits regulatory documentation that may include; IND/IDE applications, FDA annual reports, Serious Adverse Event reports, to the appropriate regulatory agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) etc.
Coordinates assigned study monitoring and auditing visits with study coordinator, investigator, industry sponsors, and internal/external auditors.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience required; 2 years related experience
Protocol oversight; monitoring and reporting of study events; data collection; adherence to study protocols; in-service education of physicians, nurses, and support staff to protocol requirements; coordinate research activities
Level of Physical Activity Required: Light
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