Clinical Research Coordinator, Georgetown University Clinical Research Unit - Georgetown University
Clinical Research Coordinator, Georgetown University Clinical Research Unit - Georgetown University Medical Center
The Georgetown University Clinical Research Unit (GU-CRU) is funded by a Clinical and Translational Sciences Award (CTSA) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and offers the faculty of Georgetown University Medical Center and peer reviewed funded investigators from the partnering institutions of Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) the optimal environment in which to conduct clinical research. The Clinical Research Unit's (CRU) mission is to sustain specialized institutional resources in which clinical investigators can observe and study human physiology as well as study and treat disease with innovative approaches.
The Clinical Research Coordinator performs research assistant duties in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and Georgetown University Medical Center's philosophy, policies, procedures, and standards. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Assists nurses with their clinical research and standard-of-care tasks, including taking vital signs, ECGs, phlebotomy, transportation of subjects, and pick-up and delivery of drugs from the research and main pharmacy.
- Processes, stores and ships laboratory specimens.
- Assists the unit in administrative tasks such as; inventory and ordering of supplies, copying, chart set-up, and reception, as needed.
- Provides clinical and laboratory support for off-site visits.
- High school diploma or certified equivalency
- Preference for 2+ years performing clinical assistance, phlebotomy, and clinical research assistance functions
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