Regulatory Specialist, Clinical Rsearch Managment Organization - Georgetown University Medical Cent
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Regulatory Specialist, Clinical Rsearch Managment Organization - Georgetown University Medical Center
The Regulatory Specialist provides administrative support and oversight to the protocol office, Clinical Research Management Office, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. Prepare and maintain regulatory records on LCCC external clinical research projects in accordance with CCSG guidelines, the FDA, and IRB policies relevant to processing regulatory documents. Serve as expert in using Electronic IRB and be able to function as resource for LCCC staff and faculty. Assure that all LCCC clinical research projects are properly reported in ClinicalTrials.gov and NCT CTRP. This position reports to the Supervisor-Research Operations of the LCCC CRMO. This position is responsible for overseeing the maintenance of regulatory office for clinical trials conducted at LCCC.
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