Duties and Responsibilities
Applications are invited for a Research Co-ordinator to work within the PROgressive Supranuclear Palsy CorTico-Basal Syndrome Longitudinal Study UK (PROSPECT-UK) in the Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology. The project involves recruiting subjects across seven study sites in the UK and will be overseen by a management committee and data/biosamples access committee. The research program is led by Professor Huw Morris.
This position will suit someone who seeks an opportunity to co-ordinate an exciting large multicentre clinical research project, as well as an opportunity to make his or her own contribution to clinical research. The post would therefore be ideal for a candidate with a background in clinical research, particularly of running clinical trials, managing multicentre datasets, and analysing clinical and /or genetic data. The role holder will need to liaise with clinicians, statisticians, database providers and clinical research nurses to ensure the smooth progress of the project. In addition, they will also have a crucial role in liaising with the funding agency and ensuring the progress of ethical and research governance approval.
The post is available immediately and is funded by a grant from the PSP Association awarded to Professor Morris to 31st July 2023 in the first instance.
The successful candidate should have a degree in a related field with a background in clinical research, particularly of running clinical trials. Proven project management experience and skills in a Health Setting are essential as is experience in bioinformatics/statistics analysis. Experience of budget preparation / finance management, previous experience of co-ordinating multi-centre studies and experience of writing and maintaining SOPs are also a requirement. Knowledge of biomarkers data is desirable.
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23 Jan 2022
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