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New York NY NYU Langone Health

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Position Summary:

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Research Project Manager.

The Early Phase Pain Investigation Clinical Network (EPPIC-Net) seeks to accelerate early-phase clinical trials of non-addictive treatments for pain. EPPIC-Net consists of a Data Coordinating Center (DCC), Clinical Coordinating Center (CCC), and 12 specialized clinical centers. NYU serves as one of the specialized clinical centers with a consortium of three other academic centers in New York City, forming a hub and spoke structure.The project manager will support the activities of the program director

Job Responsibilities:

  • Support the program director in coordination of administrative functions
    Assess feasibility of potential study sites in regards to clinical expertise and patient populations
    Create quality management plan for all study sites, including description of training requirements, monitoring and quality assessment activities, and plans for remediation
    Contribute to study procedures and documents, including Standard Operating Procedures, Manual of Operations
    Manage regulatory documentation including IRB approval, annual renewals, and consent forms and Federal Wide Assurance for centers
    Review all formal study files for each Spoke, with copy of IRB approvals, contracts, correspondence, and plans
    Supervise multisite study activities, including screening, recruitment, retention, regulatory compliance, contracts
  • Serve as point of contact for all Spokes
    o Reaffirm commitment from Spokes
    o Certify Spokes for enrollment
    o Assist Spoke CRCs in responding to clinical calls related to protocol questions
    o Assist Spoke CRCs in responding to central IRB queries
    o Correspond with Spoke investigators and CRCs regarding corrective measures including poor recruitment, protocol adherence, retention of patients, errors in CRF, or excessive edits
    o Communicate changes with Spoke investigators and CRCs
    o Work with the PD/PI and Spoke CRCs to communicate with EPPIC-NET CCC regarding remote and in-person monitoring, enrollment rates, missing forms and data queries
  • Train, supervise, and evaluate CRCs
  • Plan study training and meetings
    o Oversee scheduling of Spoke training and meetings
    o Coordinate and finalize training and meeting presentations and agendas
    o Work with EPPIC-NET CCC leadership to develop and disseminate training and educational tools throughout the course of the trial
  • Conduct internal quality monitoring and audits and develop progress reports
    Participate in weekly Trial Committee conference calls, as needed
    Coordinating activities related to grants and funding
  • The project manager will also support the activities of the Interdisciplinary Pain Program. Duties include:
    Ensuring regulatory compliance of study activities, including audits
    Collaborating with investigators on study protocols and activities
    Supervision and oversight of clinical study activities and of research coordinators
    Coordinating an annual symposium on pain research
    Supporting grant application activities

Minimum Qualifications:

To qualify you must have a Bachelors degree and minimum of four years of progressively responsible related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.

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Position Summary:
The Early Phase Pain Investigation Clinical Network (EPPIC-Net) seeks to accelerate early-phase clinical trials of non-addictive treatments for pain. EPPIC-Net consists of a Data Coordinating Center (DCC), Clinical Coordinating Center (CCC), and 12 specialized clinical centers. NYU serves as one of the specialized clinical centers with a consortium of three other academic centers in New York City, forming a hub and spoke structure.The project manager will support the activities of the program director

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelors degree and minimum of four years of progressively responsible related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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