Alzheimer’s Clinical Research Coordinator – Level III
The Alzheimer’s Disease Care, Research and Education (AD-CARE) Program is a leading Alzheimer and Dementia research program. The Clinical Research Coordinator supports, facilitates and coordinates the daily clinical trial activities and plays a critical role in the conduct of the study. This person will be responsible for performing clinical and research-related assessments, recruiting, consenting and enrolling participants, administering study medication, collecting medical information, completing study specific forms and data entry. Responsibilities include recruiting and screening of potential study participants using protocol specific inclusion/exclusion criteria, including review of medical records and discussion of the study to potential participants and family members. Conduct study visits, including interviews, obtaining consent and completing study-specific assessments, collect clinical assessments including lab specimens, EKG, vital signs. Ensure patient compliance with study protocol, complete source documents and address queries in EDC. Prepare and administer study-related medication. Maintain accurate and complete research participant records, based on FDA ALCOA principles. Document and report AE’s to Investigator and Sponsor. Acts as a point of reference for study participants by answering questions and keeping them informed on study progress. Communicate effectively with ancillary research staff including CRC nurses and imaging personnel. Collaborate with Sponsors and/or their designees and participate during on-site/remote Monitoring visits. Maintains certifications with federal, state, institution and sponsor policies. Keeps current with industry standards, best practices and trends in therapeutic area. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Capable of working independently and also as part of a team. Experience with older adults and memory disease preferred; clinical trial experience preferred. BSN required.