The Wall Lab, led by Dr. Dennis Wall, Ph.D., is part of the Department of Pediatrics and the Division of Systems Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. The Lab is a bioinformatics and biomedical data science hub that focuses on translating the thinking of systems biology to the field of Autism research with the intent to develop effective early-stage diagnostics, empower the global scientific research community with open access to a centralized repository, define phenotypic subgroups, and understand the utility of wearables by providing social queues to enhance emotion recognition, all using computational tools of systems biology, machine learning and network interference. The lab focuses on new initiatives for pediatric innovation by (1) building a series of mobile applications to accelerate the pace of biomedical data capture and the development of new products and tools to quantify healthy child development, (2) detecting and monitoring autism and related developmental conditions, and (3) creating new diagnostic measures that can help children and their families. We are seeking a full time (1.0 FTE) Clinical Research Coordinator Associate (CRCA) to help manage these Autism-related clinical studies. The CRCA will work collaboratively with various study teams to help manage participant screenings, consent process, study procedures, IRB protocol compliance, and general communication. A list of some of the projects the CRC will contribute to can be found below: Autism Glass Project http://autismglass.stanford.edu/
M3: Microbiome, Metabolites, and the Mind http://microbiome.stanford.edu/
A complete list of projects can be found here https://wall-lab.stanford.edu/projects/
Serve as primary contact with research participants.
Determine eligibility of and gather consent from study participants according to protocol.
Coordinate collection and management of study data.
Ensure compliance with research protocols, and review and audit case report forms for completion and accuracy with source documents. Prepare regulatory submissions, and ensure Institutional Review Board renewals are completed.
Assemble study visits, monitor scheduling of procedures and charges, coordinate documents, and attend monitoring meetings with study team, acting as primary contact.
Interact with the principal investigator and other study personnel regularly, ensuring patient safety and adherence to proper study conduct.
Ensure essential documentation and recording of patient and research data in appropriate files per institutional and regulatory requirements.
Participate in monitor visits and regulatory audits.
* - Other duties may also be assigned
Internal Number: 297972
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