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Clinical Research Coordinator


What does a CRC do?

Under the supervision of a Clinical Research Supervisor or Principal Investigator (PI), the CRC will perform duties related to the support and coordination of clinical studies.

What does a CRC do?

  • Maintain a high level of knowledge and understanding of assigned protocols, including all protocol requirements for patient visits, obtaining informed consent, patient visit schedules, test procedures, laboratory information, and drug accountability requirements.
  • Responsible for the formation and completion of all study documentation forms, including source documentation, case report forms, and other study-specific documents.
  • Coordinate and conduct patient care visits and assure all procedures are conducted in compliance with the clinical protocol.
  • Interact with Clinical Research Lead and sub-investigators as needed to assure the patient receives appropriate medical evaluation and care when needed, and alert the Clinical Research Lead of serious adverse events.
  • Interacts with and maintains close communication with the sponsor’s Clinical Research Associate to facilitate the sponsor monitoring and database clean-up process.
  • Attends sponsor Investigator/Study Coordinator meetings as needed for assigned protocols.

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